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Mobile for Nature: Measure the Plant's Growth with a Mobile App

Published on 16 May 16
The concept of life after death exists only in books, films, or any other fictional world but not in real life. But not now. Yes, it is true, there is a possibility of a life after the real life but just with the change of form. Practically, it is not possible to get another human life, but two brothers from Catalonia has enabled us to get another life after death in the form of a plant.
Giving new meaning to the life after death, Gerard and Roger Moline have come up with one of the century’s most hi-tech invention. It is one of the unique innovation that allows you to track and monitor the growth of a tree. However, the innovative part comes over here as mobile app development plays a major role to access monitor, and manage with a mobile application.

The fundamental idea lies in utilizing a biodegradable pot that allows planting of seeds using the mixture of soil and ashes, ROGER MOLINE, in one of the interview Roger revealed the germ of though where he said :
“I always remember one really beautiful sentence from one of our testimonials, from Chris Parker, from California, and she told us that her mom had terminal cancer and she was about to die and she told us, 'the day I see the first sprout coming up it would be like she's back.' And that's totally what we look for, that's totally why we are doing our work. ”

Touching the emotional chord of human existence with their idea, Moline brothers has incorporated an incubator called Bios Incube which is easy to control with a mobile application. The app usability has a range of implications deployed within the plant where a user can monitor the growth cycle of the tree. Not only limiting to the growth cycle, but the app also shows the temperature along with the water needs, humidity levels and gives access to a plethora of other integrated elements from anywhere using an app on a smartphone/tablet.

In an interview with Roger Moline, who is a core designer of this idea, explains the concept as life after life. Considering death as a construction of a human mind, Roger aims to remove the taboo around the word death as he believes it to be a building of the human mind, a kind of taboo no one wants to talk or go deep into what it is. So, challenging the fears of generation, Moline brothers are making an effort to bring human life in connecting with nature even after the death.
The advent of technology has also played a major role in monitoring the tree because of the emotions attached to it. It also ensures that tree is in good condition, and growing as expected. Bios Urn contributes to a significant innovation to change the perception towards life and death where that can now be closely followed using wireless technology. iOS app development makes it possible to use this technology effectively for the generations to come.
Bios Urn, as named by the Moline brothers comes in a variety of plantations to choose from which includes oak, maple, and pine. The price for the pack of Bios urn and Bios Incube starts from $550, scaling upwards depending on the size and type.

Check out the video to see how it works :

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