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Plastic Labelling for Plants to be Reduced with Latest Augmented Reality Labelling Application

Candide has recently launched a free augmented reality (AR) plant tagging device, which will attempt to transform plant labelling. It is a move that can help in reducing the use of plastic. The launch of this augmented reality (AR) application for labelling can sharply reduce the dependence of plastic for tagging plants.

It utilises augmented reality and machine learning to facilitate a distinguished plant identification function.

This application’s launch corresponds with the ‘Plastic free July’, a global movement to inspire people in reducing the use of plastic in gardens. The AR device will help achieve this goal.

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Candide already possesses a large community on the Internet. The recently launched augmented reality tool is a cost-free solution for plant tagging and identification. Known as Candide Labels, the application is trying to reinvent plant labelling and curb the use of plastics for gardening.

The application can now be downloaded by users from the App Store. It offers individuals the chance to identify plants in gardens or their homes and label them effortlessly.

Candide, a central Bristol-based startup company, is witnessing fast growth whilst on its journey of aiding all levels of gardeners through knowledge sharing and revolutionary technologies.

Machine learning and augmented reality have undergone a lot of improvements in recent times, simultaneously with the rise of mobile devices capable of offering these technologies. Candide is helping the gardening experience evolve considerably. The company was formed with the mission of helping individuals obtain better outputs from their gardens, enabling wider community connectivity, and using technology to make advancements. Another objective of the company was making gardening a better experience for everyone.

Both machine learning and augmented reality technologies are utilised by Candide Labels. However, the application offers a simplistic experience for its users. A user can load up the application instantly, and position the device camera lens for focusing on the plant that requires identification. The application searches the large database of Candide to find a match and suggest the plant’s name to users. It enables users to assign a virtual label to plants.

Image source: Candidegardening.com

This new feature rolled out by Candide Labels enables houseplant aficionados and gardeners to reduce the need for labelling flowers and plants physically. It is a major development that can encourage greater sustainability, by reducing the use of still widely-used plastic labels.

Andrew Philbrick, founder, Candide, spoke regarding the new technology released by the company. In his comments, he acknowledged the success achieved by Candide – Plants and Gardening in offering an open gardening community to users, along with a sizeable knowledge base and a news service.

Candide Labels is a practical and useful tool for the needs of gardeners across the globe. Individuals can have their complete list of plants, anytime and anywhere. – Andrew Philbrick

He stresses that the application and its AR-based labelling feature eliminates the need for using plastic labels for gardening applications, and can encourage sustainability.

The Candide – Plants and Gardening application has a 4.9 rating and is featured within the App Store’s lifestyle section.

 

 

 

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