Cutting the lawn would no longer be a chore with the Grass Printer. Getting the job done with next to no effort on your part, the gizmo operates like a robot and offers the unique option of producing some literal landscape design.
Professor Doh Han Young worked with Kim Min Hong and Jeong Koo Hee on this 2013 Red Dot Design Award winning proposal. It's a handle-less lawn mower that can be conveniently programmed through its broad touchscreen interface. The mechanism will map out your property and trim every green blade with the assistance of sensors.
Of course, the most intriguing capability of the Grass Printer's built-in computer is the way that it can shave text into turf with its precision parts, making it useful for advertising and a bit of fun.