Taking care plants can be difficult to some of us, but it’s actually the first step of learning to be responsible in taking care something. The result can also increase your self-confidence for achieving your goal or even enjoy the food you’ve grown. The problem is, plants are not so communicative, aren’t they?
Here’s Lua, a smart planter that uses variety of sensors to trigger up to fifteen animated emoticons. These universal emoticons let you know the state and well-being of your prized plants.
Designed by Vivien Muller, the sensors of Lua Smart Planter check almost just about everything, from soil’s moisture to light exposure. The sensor also checks temperature to make sure your houseplant is comfortable and has everything it needs to thrive. These sensors also transform all data into easy-to-read faces through 2.4-inch LCD IPS screen.
No need for complicated setup, Lua can be controlled offline using its free mobile app. Just use your plant’s family or exact type from a list, then Lua will read the generated QR code, and you’re good to go. But you can always manually set your own thresholds for those sensors. One cool sensor of Lua lies in its eyes, a motion sensor would make those eyes follow the movements in front of them, it kinda makes Lua seems seriously looking at you.