From Smart Indoor Herb Gardens to Accessible VR Viewers

By: Rebecca Byers - Nov 28, 2015
The top November 2015 tech trends highlight various innovations that speak to the emergence of the Internet of Things and maker culture.

Launched on Kickstarter, the RePhone Create Kit lets users create a customized smartphone that is all their own. Speaking to tech-assisted maker culture, the DIY smartphone kit is compatible with other smartphones, while it is also ready to be built and used on its own.

The Droponic smart planter and plant app are an indoor herb-growing system that makes a self-sustaining urban kitchen a realistic dream. Using hydroponic technology, the Droponic smart planter makes it easy to grow your own batch of basil, thyme and mint indoors at home.

The top November 2015 tech trends showcase the interest of consumers in making and producing using technological means when possible.