Meet my recent pal yes it is a leafy plant pothos. Recently I noticed certain tweets from a twitter user which were stating Water me please.
You over watered me.
You didn’t water me enough.
You over watered me.
URGENT! Water me!
Thank you for watering me!

Though the user has not been updated from some time but it was really intersting to know that it was a plant a leafy pal.

I explored that it was a utility termed Botanicalls : What’s up with your plant? When your plant needs water, it will post to let you know, and send its thanks when you show it love.

Yes Botanicalls is a sensor that allows plants to contact their owners by text messages on the online social network Twitter. If your plants could talk, they certainly might ask for the water.

Botanicalls is an ongoing collaboration between Rob Faludi, Kate Hartman, and Kati London. Botanicalls opens a new channel of communication between plants and humans, in an effort to promote successful inter-species understanding. The Botanicalls project is fundamentally about communication between plants and people.
Goals of Botanicalls Classic

  1. Keep the plants alive by translating the communication protocols of the plants (leaf habit, color of foliage, droop, etc) to more common human communication protocols (email, voice phone calls, digital visualizations, etc).
  2. Enhance people’s connection to plants, and explore the ways plants help humans, how caring for a shared resource can create sense of community, and how natural life is a valuable counterpoint to our technical environment.
  3. Maintain a sense of humor at all times.

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This blog is contributed by Rohit S

Rohit works as Creative Director at Value Creation. He is an internet enthusiast & has passion for aesthetics. He helps brands get better results from their websites. He has been associated with internet technologies from last 17 years.