When heaps of pollution are smoldering and the dust doesn’t seem to settle, Japanese design studio Triple L brings to you a six-in-one environment-friendly smart machine, HiPlant that not only serves as a flowerpot but can also be used for multiple other purposes. The Artificial Intelligence-enabled HiPlant aims to keep your environment clean and green. It is a six-in-one smart device that not only adds serenity to your room but also serves as a Bluetooth speaker to buzz you up.
Most importantly it works as a humidifier that will prevent dryness in the room and double as an air purifier to keep pollutants at bay. Combined with sweet aroma oil, it deodorizes and helps remove pollution and improves air quality of a room.
Adding to its list of features, HiPlant also serves as a desk lamp, if you wish to burn the midnight oil, and as an alarm clock to keep you on your toes. The brightness of the lamp will lure your eyes and can be adjusted according to requirement. It has two colored LED lights, white and orange, that are eye-friendly and improve indoor lighting.
Its compact and simple design makes the HiPlant an easier fit that won’t occupy much space. The smart planter is available to you in four colors from wan white to pastel green and from light to darkish brown that brings a tinge of nature to your room as well. The product also features an exceptional speaker that can play an array of music when connected to a Bluetooth device.
HiPlant functions in two modes with the first being automatic and the latter manual. The automatic mode can be turned on and off at a fixed time every day and can be used for trips of several days. Though in manual mode, there are two levels of brightness and humidification adjustment, which can be modified as per your liking. Moreover, the height of the LED is adjustable with a telescopic arm, which changes according to the growth of the plant.
The cherry on the top is the fact that it also has an absorption sliver to automatically water the plants, so one need not worry about watering them while traveling or when away from home for an extended period. The product also features a visible water level window on the left and right so the users can easily check the amount of water in the plant and the humidifier.
All beautiful things have a certain value and HiPlant is no stranger. Currently being crowd-funded in Japan, the multi-utility planter will retail for about 9800 Yen (approx. $90).