Inventor and part-time designer Simon Morris, who proposed an entertaining levitating light bulb a year ago, this year introduced the LYFE floating pot for indoor plants. Whether he was inspired by Japanese bonsai is unknown. The author himself emphasizes that during the year his team studied the effect of the magnetic field on plant life. And, as studies have shown, this not only did not cause a detrimental effect, but, on the contrary, contributed to the favorable development of the plant due to the acceleration of metabolism. The invention of LYFE consists of a 12-sided pot of silicon, which floats due to the effect of magnetic levitation over an oak base. Rotating the plant throughout the day, the device provides uniform illumination of the pet with sunlight. The original drainage system is responsible for ensuring that excessive moisture does not linger in the soil. At Kickstarter, the company has already collected the amount necessary to start production, and anyone can pre-order LYFE for $ 199.