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(The Verge)   Oh great, next we'll have plants with laser beams   ( theverge.com) divider line
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2018-07-12 10:58:39 PM  
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2018-07-13 12:21:19 AM  
Haaaah that was awesome.

Cute little spider-bot with a plant for hair.  I want one.
 
6 days ago  
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We can only hope...
 
6 days ago  

lindseyp: I want one.


One?!? Pfft... I'm getting a frickin ARMY of them!!!

Imagine a platoon of militarized habanero plants.... :-D
 
6 days ago  
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6 days ago  
 It's cute and all, but instead of having a $1000 robotic AI with articulated legs and eyes, why not just have a little umbrella pop up over the plant when it gets too much sun.
Or duct tape your fern to a Roomba.

People get paid for crap ideas like this?
 
6 days ago  

Slybri: It's cute and all, but instead of having a $1000 robotic AI with articulated legs and eyes, why not just have a little umbrella pop up over the plant when it gets too much sun.
Or duct tape your fern to a Roomba.

People get paid for crap ideas like this?


Only cause people buy this crap.  I'd just leave the plant on the window sill and let nature do its thing with occasional watering.
 
6 days ago  
Oh, how cute. It's a little prehistoric skrode. Wonder what kinds of backdoors it has?

/hexapodia as key insight
 
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