How can a plant sing?

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Disney's new research gave us a new invention human-plant interaction to an almost freakish level. I also knew they can make plants sing. How is it possible?

Which purpose is it going to be used for?

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How can a plant sing?

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Hallo Salie,

In conjunction with the Berlin-based Studio NAND, the Walt Disney's experience development arm conducted a Disney Research which came up with a way that allows human-plant interaction to a level that has never been thought of before. The project is referred to as Botanicus Interacticus, and its main focus is a custom-built capacitive sensor module that channels very low current through an ordinary plant, after which it senses when and where you can be able to touch.

In the event that your body is grounded, this device will use over 200 frequencies to establish the exact point where you have grabbed hold of a stem. After that the sensor will then trigger any combination of a feedback that ranges from a simple notification, for instance that little baby is trying to go up that massive oak that is in your yard again, to a very interactive melody that variant depending on the location your hand falls along the plant.

Regards,

Carl

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