Ever thought plants could make music? Well, they most certainly can. An audio production company created what is called the "Data Garden". The company's goal?
"To research the heritage of primitive electronic art and explore the synthesis of biological and digital technologies as a channel of human expression."
Data Garden decided to create a motion-sensitive plant-controlled audio installation. Sensors attach large tropical plants to a computer, which transforms the living specimen into data-controlled audio composers. Participants of this audio production method were encouraged to move around and to touch the plants. This movement affects the plants' composition and produces a sound that is continuously unique.