WHAT'S THE FUTURE OF NATURE INDOORS?
In today’s society where technology is dominating human lives, we have a dream that nature could balance the downside of technology, and bring positive effects to our lives. Everything we do, we believe in the mutual symbiosis between human, nature, and technology.
THE WAVES WE ARE RIDING...
DO YOU KNOW...
A New Experience of Growing Houseplants
You plant helps you sleep better at night.
You plant relaxes you while you feel stressed.
Your plant asks you for water when she is thirsty
Your plants finds the best spot to enjoy sunshine.
Piccolo is your considerate companion which gives off various kinds of essential oils to take the best care of you. Piccolo also connects to other piccolos your friends have to enable interactions. When most of people seem to lack understanding about nature, Piccolo instills better understanding of nature in you through connection to your mobile devices. Textile technology mounted on the fabric allows you to interact with Piccolo by different gestures.
Walker is your cutiest "plant pet" that walks around your house, searching for the best spot for sunshine. Walker lights up his atmosphere light when you wake up in the middle of the night. Oh, yes, Walker is also a very good singer. He sings sounds of nature. When he feels tired, he seek his little companion for energy.
Potter guards your indoor environment silently. Potter is able to filter dirty air through his roots and give off fresh air. Potter also balances the humidity to ensure the highest quality of air in your house. When there is really nothing he can do, he, elegantly, shines his light and enliven the space.
We can all live on healthier lifestyles and coexist with nature and technology — the moment we realize...
Together Is Better.
Walker is around you even if you wake up in the middle of the night
When Walker feels tired, he seeks his little companion for energy.
OTWO application allows plant owners to be constantly aware of their plants' status. It also serves as a platform for OTWO owners to share what's new about their plants