“Digital Vegetables” reconnect Tokyo to its gardening roots

Oct 31, 2017, 8:10 AM EDT
(Source: http://mymodernmet.com)
(Source: http://mymodernmet.com)

The city of Tokyo, boasting of a rich past of small-plot urban farming, seems abandoning its legacy, something that prompted a design studio, PARTY, to reconnect the metropolis to its agriculture roots with a digitally-enhanced greenhouse installation called “Digital Vegetables.”

The art installation in Tokyo Midtown’s garden space lets visitors touch, hear and smell the seven different vegetables, which in turn respond and interact by emitting light and music, notes Engadget.

“Digital Vegetables,” presenting an eclectic blend of psychedelic lights and a symphony of plants, is on display through November 5, writes Mashable