2017 Case study
An iPad app that keeps track of house plants' health.
The app communicates with a sensor in the plant that measures humidity and light.
When tilting the iPad, the water flows around realistically.
The water indicates if the plant was watered too much / too little.
A sensor in the plants communicates to the iPad:
The health of the plant (0–100%)
If it is getting the right amount of sunlight
If it is getting the right amount of water
The app allows to:
Quickly assess the state of all plants
Know if any of your plants need help
Add a new plant and sensor
Displays information and instructions about light and water levels
Find better light for your plant using the iPad compass and location
The optimal spot is matched to the plant type and is found based on the location and the iPad compass:
The camera turns on, directions to the best spot appear augmented on the image
Add a plant flow
When a new sensor is activated,
it is detected by the app and an alert is displayed at the top of the screen
Take a picture of the plant
Find the plant type
The plant type is identified by the image taken
Give the plant a name