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Imagine if you could listen to the music of plants and trees…

Imagine if you could listen to the music of plants and trees…
Source: Indiegogo/PlantsPlay

Plants Play is an innovative new wearable device that allows you to listen to the music generated by plants and trees on your smartphone.

Wearable device pairs with phone app to let you hear how your plant is feeling in real-time

Through two electrodes placed harmlessly on the leaves, Plants Play converts variations in the plant’s electrical impulses into musical notes, and sends them via Bluetooth to your smartphone, where the free app lets you easily customise instruments, musical notes and effects to create music by Plants. You can listen to the music in real-time, record it and share it on social media.

Listen to the Music of your Plants – Plants Play Plants Play is a wearable device that allows you to listen to the Music generated by Plants and Trees. Through two electrodes settled on the leaves, Plants Play converts electric plant variations into music notes, and send them by bluetooth on your smartphone. Source: Youtube/PlantsPlay

Tuning in to nature

Plants and trees can now play music on your phone. We hear many different sounds in our lifetime, from urban noise to the rustling of leaves. Using biofeedback technology you can now listen to music that’s generated by trees and plants, allowing for a deeper connection with nature.

Plants Play is a wearable device that converts electric plant variations into music notes. Attach two electrodes of the device to leaves and listen to the tree’s or plant’s music on your smartphone.

The device was developed by young  Italian couple Edoardo and Kika. They started looking for a way to join their love of music, plants and design.

"Our new device can make people understand how conscious plants and trees are, and it produces beautiful music, made by nature" Edo Taori, Plants Play founder.

Plants Play lets you listen to trees and plants in real time, record it and share it.

You can hear how the plants react to your presence and by doing so, have a deeper connection to nature.

The tree & plant generated music can be used to relax, for music performances, yoga and overall good vibrations.

If Wild Sage sang, what would it sing about? Now you can listen-in with Plants Play.
Are you going to Scarborough Fair? If Wild Sage sang, what would it sing about? Now you can listen-in with Plants Play. Source: Facebook/PlantsPlay

Plants Play: the wearable device that converts electric plant variations into music notes

The tiny device features: 

  • innovative biofeedback technology
  • lithium battery (up to 20 hours)
  • Bluetooth connection
  • pocket size
  • jack sensors with adhesive electrodes
  • wooden case
  • Android/iOS App
  • Micro Usb/MIDI Cable

So you will always feel connected with nature!

innovative biofeedback technology, lithium battery (up to 20 hours), Bluetooth connection, pocket size, jack sensors with adhesive electrodes, wooden case, Android/iOS App, Micro Usb/MIDI Cable
The tiny device features: innovative biofeedback technology, lithium battery (up to 20 hours), Bluetooth connection, pocket size, jack sensors with adhesive electrodes, wooden case, Android/iOS App, Micro Usb/MIDI Cable Source: Indiegogo/PlantsPlay
The adhesive electrodes allow you to tune in to everything from delicate leaves to spiky cacti.
Do Prickly Pears play Punk…? The adhesive electrodes allow you to tune in to everything from delicate leaves to spiky cacti. Source: Indiegogo/PlantsPlay
Make an Impact

You can back Edo & Kika on Indigogo and pre-order your Plants Play HERE

'Hi everyone! We’re a young italian couple living in a country house in south Italy. For two years we have been traveling around the world looking for extraordinary trees and plants to listen with biofeedback technology. Recently we have recruited a team of experts to create Plants Play and give you the ability to easily listen to the music of plants.' — Edo & Kika