As someone who loves fish, but lacks the time to take care of them, Mario of the digital agency Mindworks Innovation Lab and his team developed a virtual aquarium to make caring for real fish possible remotely.
On the Aquardio site, visitors on the web are able to view this fish tank from multiple angles, add bubbles to the tank and enjoy the visuals of the fish swimming around, along with relaxing audio tracks.
The site also features a countdown, which is representative of the next time a user can participate in feeding the fish. When the time comes, the fish in the tank are fed remotely by an automatic feeder from users who have digitally lined up to give them food. The Aquardio is like the next generation of digital aquariums, since it happens in real time and not on a loop like some fish tank animations.
Remote Fish Feeders
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