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MEG - Open Source Indoor Greenhouse

A project in Milan, Italy by Yradia

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MEG is the first social, automated indoor greenhouse. Part machine, part community. Let's discover more!
Backers: 57
Average Pledge Per Backer: £336

Funded: £19,163 of £98,000
Dates: Mar 29th -> Apr 30th (32 days)
Project By: Yradia
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Latest News

MEG 3rd week roundup! Entering our last week on KS!

April 22nd - via:
As announced, in the last we've been touring Europe to spread the word about MEG, and most importantly, to hear from the people we met. We had a great time - and the opportunity to talk with many interesting people, ranging from many countries,... (Read More)

MEG's 2nd week roundup!

April 14th - via:
Hi everyone! After our 1st week extravaganza, now our 2nd week is gone, and we're halfway through our KS Campaign. Here's what happened so long. This week we got 3 awesome features coming from the world of making, electronics and botanics: the... (Read More)

MEG April European Tour! 3000Km, 6 days!

April 11th - via:
We're about to start an Eropean Tour to spread the word about MEG (April 12 to April 21). Since day 1 we did our best to engage our audience, so please feel welcomed to pass by to discuss about MEG! Stay tuned on our Kickstarter page and on our... (Read More)

MEG's 1st week roundup!

April 7th - via:
A sincere Thank You to all people who backed, supported or just talked about MEG! MEG's first week (of 4) roundup has seen more than 1K FB Friends and more than 15K $ raised! Let's push things forward! Time is now and until April 30! Here's a recap... (Read More)

Exploring MEG pt.3: Open Information and Online Platform

April 4th - via:
Here's an overview of what we imagine MEG Open Information circulation will be. We also envision a beautifully complex and engaging discussion platform among each topic that MEG may offer. And we mean discussing and involving the Community about:... (Read More)

Exploring MEG pt.2: our Unique Lighting

April 4th - via:
As you may already know, MEG's unique lighting properties have been designed and engeneered totally by us. You can experience MEG light from just as low as 150£ / 250$ / 182€ per single PCB board, or buying the 4 PCBs bundle, or ending up buying... (Read More)

Fast Company's Co.Exist features MEG

April 4th - via:
Last week Co.Exist - Fast Company's outlet dedicated to "World Changing Ideas and Innovation" - had a chat with Carlo from MEG's Team. We are proud of this feature as is some kind of signal that we're on the right way... Have a look at this preview... (Read More)

MEG on Arduino's blog

April 1st - via:
We are simply delighted of this feature. Thank you for your trust! Check Zoe Romano's full story here: And remember: never stop challenging your neighbour's tomatoes... Love - MEG... (Read More)

How we spent the Arduino Day 2014!

March 31st - via:
In honour of the celeb board, we chose the worldwide Arduino Day 2014 (March 29) to launch this Kickstarter campaign. The day for us has been a bit hectic - but funny and interesting as well! First, we had the pleasure to exhibit a MEG Light Engine... (Read More)

Exploring MEG, pt.1: here are all the possibilities!

March 30th - via:
Here's the full overview of the playful, challenging aspects of controlling MEG's system.Got skills in making, programming, or growing? There's plenty to experiment! Want to grow your own but you are not-such-trained? Rely on the community Open and... (Read More)

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