A group of Australian scientists is pushing the boundaries of what’s possible when it comes to designing and building artificial gardens.
In a new video titled “The Real World of Garden Design,” they explain how they’ve created a new, fully-automated artificial garden that looks just like a regular garden.
The researchers created the robot in collaboration with the Australian National University, and it can be controlled by a smartphone.
In fact, the robot can be programmed to create its own gardens and even build artificial flowers, trees, plants, and even other kinds of structures.
The new bot was created by Australian researchers in collaboration and is now being tested out in Melbourne, Melbourne CBD, and Sydney CBD.
“It’s actually one of the most complex and challenging botanical designs we’ve ever done,” Dr. Mark Schoeneberg, a professor at the Australian Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Organisation, told ABC News.
“There are quite a few challenges involved in creating something like this.
The most obvious is the fact that we don’t have any natural environments for plants, for the trees or for the flowers, but the other challenges are the different kinds of materials we need, and then the software we have to use to do the things that we need.”
It’s unclear whether this bot will make it past Australia’s capital city limits.
The city is the only place in Australia where people can legally legally live and work in a building without permission, meaning residents need permission to build artificial gardens and other structures.
However, Schoenberg said that there are some advantages to the robot.
It has more room for humans to grow food and water, and its artificial features can be customized.
The bot also has some naturalistic elements.
It looks like a real garden, with a canopy and vines growing over a large surface area.
Schoineberg said the team is hoping to improve on that and add more features to the bot.
This artificial garden has a variety of different terraces and branches to allow different types of plants to grow, such as cherry trees, oak trees, and bamboo.
The project was originally started as a research project by Schoieberg and his students.
It’s now being used to study the effects of crowding on plants, the bot is being used in a classroom for botany classes, and is being tested on the streets of Melbourne.