Interactive Plants

Posted on April 12, 2012 by saya

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Famous for their advanced designs and technologies in the field of robotic objects, a research group from Keio University has recently demonstrated their interactive plants that can display emotions and communicate with people. These plants are moved by pulling cords from two stepping motors. ┬áBesides, there’re also two sensors attached to the plants, in order to time the movements. Currently the researchers have developed a wide range of movements, which can make the live plants more alive than they could.

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