Listen to the Ethereal Sounds of the World’s First ‘Piano’ That’s Made From Plants


A Spanish startup has launched the world’s first ‘piano’ that’s made from living plants.

The remarkable instrument uses flora as biological antennas, capable of perceiving changes in frequency when they are touched.

This change in frequency is translated into a voltage, which is conducted by the plants, as they are natural conductors of electricity.

The voltage is transformed into sound and activates the input of current from the electrical network into the circuit, giving rise to a magical show of light and music.

The installation was created by a biotech company named Bioo that makes electricity from nature.

“The response has been overwhelmingly positive,” said founder and CEO Pablo Vidarte.”Multiple studies show that engaging with plants has a positive impact on humans from an emotional and psychological perspective.

“We aim to create a global consciousness of nature that helps lead the way to a greener future. That’s why we’re so enthusiastic about leveraging our technology that allows us to transform plants into biological switches, to create an amazing experience.”

The ‘green piano’ was launched in August in Spain’s Ibiza Biotechnological Botanical, Europe’s only biotechnology botanical center.

Bioo, named by the European Parliament as one of the most innovative companies in Europe, has the overall aim of making sustainable electricity from nature, and is also responsible for creating a biological battery powered from soil that “nourishes from nature without harming it.”