PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine
PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine
PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine
PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine
PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine
PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine
PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine
PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine
PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine
PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine
PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine

Plant Party

PlantWave Party ft. Eric Trine

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Join the Plant Party with Joe Patitucci of PlantWave for a full-on plant interactive and conversations with Eric Trine of Amigo Modern.
 
Create your own plant music and play with the the bio-rythyms of the plants around you with PlantWave!
 
LA-based designer, Eric Trine, will expand on living with plants and the poetry of design.
 
Exclusive Eric Trine Plant Stands will be on sale at the event as well as the plants that "speak" to you!
 
Join us Thursday, October 17th
Party starts at 6:30-9p
at Distribution Hall 
1500 E 4th St.
Austin, Tx 78702
 
Seating Complimentary of Moontower Event Rentals!
 
Cocktails complimentary of The Botanist Gin
 
Tune into Nature with PlantWave!
Imagine walking through a garden of singing plants. Thanks to PlantWave, this dream is a reality. PlantWave translates plant biorhythms into music, creating harmonious environments for humans to explore, discover and connect to the secret life of plants!
 
How it Works
PlantWave detects slight electrical variations in a plant. These variations are graphed as a wave which are translated into pitch messages that play instruments designed by sound artists. Other characteristics of the wave allow the plant to adjust textural qualities of those sounds. The result is a continuous stream of pleasing music that gives you a sonic window into the secret life of plants.
 
Get PlantWave
PlantWave is making its technology available through a Kickstarter running through October 27, 2019. For more info on how you can listen to plants at home, visit PlantWave.com.
 
Plant Wave is connecting the plants to their new device which allows the person to listen and change the tone of the sound (reading the plants bioenergy) using an iPhone app.