There is a lot going on in the Symbiosis virtual vase that the naked eye won't initially observe. What first appears to be a hi-tech planter is actually a smart flower pot, an air filtration system, and a holographic game.
Entered into the Electrolux Design Lab competition by a brilliant 19-year-old João Luís Lopes de Brito, this concept product improves the health and well-being of youngsters by a variety of methods. Firstly, the integrated plant health monitors encourage kids to take care of the greenery inside of the globe. If the stems and leaves are lush, the device will more efficiently produce fresh air to enhance the living space. Finally, the Symbiosis virtual vase has a detachable toy cap that emits holographic laser projection to visually teach children about various subjects.
This is a glowing example of a multitasking product with incredible convergent functionality.
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