Edyn smart garden system takes advantage of the heat of the sun to power itself. This nice little garden device monitors and tracks environmental conditions to allow your plants to thrive. It’s a modern way to gardening, whether you’re a novice gardener or have the capability to manage a small scale organic farm, Edyn will help you to make your gardening tasks easier, no more guesswork.
Insert Edyn in the soil, the innovative sensors gather and analyze data about any changing in weather and soil conditions. It provides you with real-time data of your garden, giving alerts and suggestions to optimize plant health to your smartphone through its own app. There’s also a water valve which can be used to collect data about your watering system, the smart sensor allows it to water the plants only when needed. This tracking technology keeps you connected to your garden or small farm wherever and whenever you are.
There are no 2 gardens that exactly the same, when you decide on what to plant, you need specific data about your garden to get optimum result. Edyn sensor tracks light, humidity, soil nutrition, moisture, and many other cross-references information, this device then recommends you which plants will thrive the most. From the app, you’ll get to see which plants grow best and what’s the optimal time for planning as well as other plant groupings that have same conditional needs.
Cojoy is a bicycle concept for two persons, inspired from the dual paddle boat along with an operational wheelchair, and is designed to offer sheer fun for the bicycle riders. Each rider is designed to control one wheel separately of the bicycle. The seat angle of the concept is totally adjustable by using the handle according to the need of individual riders. It runs straight when two riders pedal at the same speed and when it requires to turn, the outer rider will ride faster than the inside rider. Riding this bicycle requires a good communication, cooperation and a minimum skill.
The Zypad WL 1000 is the first wrist-worn PC created by Eurotech Group. It combines the same features of a standard computer with a device that provides the convenience and ergonomics of a wrist worn instrument. Thanks to the high level of circuit miniaturization, the Zypad WL 1000 harnesses all the potential power expected from standard hardware and software architectures.
Weighing only 290 grams and shaped to the contours of the body, the WL 1000 can be worn comfortably on the user’s wrist. Its ergonomic design coupled with its easy interface (ensured by touch-screen functions and a mini keyboard) allow the user hands-free operation.