Everyone has some sort of opinion about Nature, but what about Nature’s opinion? EOS magazine was curious, so they decided to give Nature the means to talk.
Taking a 100-year-old tree, living on the edge of Brussels Belgium, EOS hooked up the tree to a fine dust meter, ozone meter, light meter, weather station, webcam and microphone. This equipment constantly measures the tree’s living circumstances. And translates this information into human language. This lets the tree lets the world know how it feels. You can follow the life of the talking tree via Twitter, YouTube, Flickr and Soundcloud. And friend the tree on Facebook.