This month, young visitors to Kidzania stores in Dubai Mall and Yas Mall in Abu Dhabi will learn how to easily grow healthy fruits and vegetables at home through a unique interactive experience provided by HydroArtPod, a startup company located in Masdar City.
As part of KidZania ‘Children born for a green world’ Interactive workshop, Children will learn how easy it is to grow fruits and vegetables at home using HydroArtPod-this is a smart garden controlled by an app that allows people to grow food and flowers indoors.
Children in each mall will experience HydroArtPod firsthand, giving them the opportunity to explore the natural environment and learn how they contribute to the protection of the natural environment. They will also learn how to grow their own plants and learn more about the importance of water conservation and recycling.
Aline Pate, the inventor of HydroArtPod, said: “My inspiration for designing HydroArtPod is to help every family have a little impact on their health and minimize our impact on the environment. KidZania Children’s green world It is an important initiative aimed at raising the awareness of the young generation about food production and the environment. We are happy to work with KidZania and Emaar to help the next generation learn how to take care of our world. ”
HydroArtPod was developed by AlinePate, a technology start-up company located in Masdar City, which is currently focusing on the incubation of the sustainable start-up accelerator The Catalyst. The automated HydroArtPod requires minimal user effort, does not require chemicals, packaging and transportation, and ensures a stable supply of fresh produce while minimizing food waste. Users can also easily grow edible flowers and decorative flowers at home. HydroArtPod can be installed on the wall of the home for easy access, and it also looks like a work of art.
Benakshi Ramdewar of Emaar Entertainment LLC, the operator of KidZania, said: “We are happy to show children HydroArtPod. This is a great way for them to learn how to grow at home so they can have a greener world tomorrow.”