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PlantWave

A project in Venice, CA by Data Garden
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Status: Active

Listen to the music of your plants!
Backers: 252
Average Daily Pledges: $2,037
Average Pledge Per Backer: $234

Funding: $59,073 of $80,000
Dates: Sep 20th -> Oct 28th (38 days)
Project By: Data Garden
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Latest News

Ways to listen to plants as we continue building PlantWave

October 9th - via: kickstarter.com
Did you know you don't need to wait until PlantWave is released to listen to plants? Thanks to talented users of our previous device, MIDI Sprout, you can tune into plants through music, today! So, let's get started... Plants FM Plants FM is an... (Read More)

Plants On Tour!: PlantWave Events Coming to a City Near You!

October 8th - via: kickstarter.com
We're coming to a city near you! Thanks to some of our supporters who have organized events, we are on our way to share PlantWave in cities around North America.  Now, I know what you're thinking... "My city isn't on the list!" We have more pop-up... (Read More)

The Story Behind PlantWave - Plants that Sing, a Podcast Interview with Joe Patitucci

October 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Plants that Sing: A Twenty Thousand Hertz Podcast Are you interested in hearing more of the story behind the creation of PlantWave? Or maybe you want to have a little more background on the science related to plants and sound? Well, then, this is... (Read More)

For advanced users + those of you looking for MIDI Sprout

October 6th - via: kickstarter.com
Corey Baker (aka Kill Paris) experiments with changing lighting conditions as he produces music with plants. Here's a question we've been getting a lot... "I have a synth and I want to use PlantWave like the old MIDI Sprout. Will I need to pay for... (Read More)

Incredible start! We are well on our way to achieving our goal!

October 2nd - via: kickstarter.com
We're more than half-way to our goal with 25 days to go! Wow, what a week. Thanks to 187 backers, we have raised more than $43,000 so far. In fact, by the end of day 2, we raised more than the entire MIDI Sprout Kickstarter we did in 2014! That says... (Read More)

Device that allows plants to play music spawns kooky community

September 25th - via: nypost.com
This gadget attaches to a plant leaf and translates its electrical currents into soothing, ambient music. PlantWave is adding to a culture of millennials who are countering their loneliness and lack of fulfillment with plant parenting. (Read More)

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