Grass Printer Lawn Mower

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Self-powered lawn mowers have become a hot commodity in recent years, but a self-powered lawn mower that cuts out designs in your lawn, now that’s something we’ve never seen before. The Grass Printer lawnmower is just that.

Designed as collaboration project between Doh Han Young, Jeong Koo Hee and Kim Min Hong, this little device won a Red Dot design award for 2013, and could soon be found driving through your neighbor’s yard. Users will use the mower’s touchscreen to design their very own image (or text), and the mower will go right to work. The Grass Printer has been equipped with much smaller blades than your typical mower, allowing it the ability to cut more rapidly and accurate. The mower uses sensor markers to keep the design within a framed area, and mowed grass gets thrown out the rear of the device. Let the whole neighborhood know who your favorite team is. [Via]

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