Biopod, the world’s first Smart Microhabitat created by Biologist Jared Wolfe has been invented to save endangered species. It’s core value is to support conservation of plants and animals
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While conservation was the core thinking behind designing and developing Biopod, the resulting features - a synthesis of ecology and sustainability makes it fit for multiple uses - as an indoor herb garden, a vegetable garden, and an aquaponic chamber (that grows food with fish and fish waste). Jared Wolfe, biologist and the creater of Biopod says, “Biopod was created as a way to engage people of all walks of life for a common purpose - to collectively make a positive change in the world by simply enjoying what nature has to offer.”
Biopod mimics a natural habitat by employing Aeroponics, which perfectly balances oxygen and carbon dioxide just as natural habitats are able to do. It is a sleek development in ecotech. Once you’ve got your herbs, vegetables, or pets all snug in your Biopod, you can regulate temperature, lighting, humidity, ventilation and even rainfall via an app on your iPhone or Android manually or let the app do it automatically.