This week on TreeHugger, round-up of top augmented reality apps, robotic plants respond to touch, sending our e-waste to China could be a good thing, and more!
The possibilities seem vast for using augmented reality in daily life, and already there are some cool AR apps to try out. While not specifically green, these apps are moving us in the right direction.
Check out "Plant," an interactive artwork with leaves that respond to human movement.
Artists do amazing things with garbage, especially old electronic junk.
More and more people are harvesting rainwater in their gardens and a new eco-inspired garden table by Simon Davies can help stylish gardeners do just that.
This concept device, called the Vena Microhydro System by designer Danial Hull, bridges a gap in off-grid charging options for the outdoorsy person — particularly rafters.
Three new models available, each boasting about four times the charging power of most solar chargers out there on the market.
The fast track program is already off course for filling up the 3,000 slots.
UK researchers use iPhones to study where we're happiest
No really, it might be good for the planet.
Standard LED flashlights make fluorescent microscopes for identifying diseases
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