Published on November 9, 2017 by Google
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Welcome to Build Out, our brand new show! In this episode, Colt and Reto are building the smartest of smart gardens. Which do you think is the better design: Colt’s CNC gardening robot or Reto’s automated, learning garden irrigation system? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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Build Out is a show where one bald guy and one dinkum Aussie compete to see who can build the better… thing. Using their knowledge and experience with App Engine, TensorFlow, Android, Android Things, Firebase, Google Cloud Platform, BigQuery, PubSub, and much more, they come up with some wild designs. Tune in every week to judge their final products and ultimately crush one of their egos.

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91 Comments on "Who Can Build a Smarter Smart Garden? – Build Out #1"

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RyuTenchi Codes
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4 days 19 hours ago

Love Colt, but I think Reto's is the better plan. With PI zeros it doesn't have to be crazy expensive and it give you all the ML with more chances to tweak if you see the need and you've gotta love a BT mesh^^

Joe Strong
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Joe Strong
5 days 2 hours ago

I was waiting for a punchline..

Xin Li
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Xin Li
5 days 6 hours ago

very very cool

pradeep padmanaban
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pradeep padmanaban
5 days 9 hours ago

i like the distributed sensor model because we can adjust it to climate changes and we can know more about the plants

Ram python
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Ram python
5 days 11 hours ago

First one is better

Daniel Harborne
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Daniel Harborne
5 days 15 hours ago

Great content! Looking forward to the next one.

In terms of solution, the first is good if you have all the plants in a row/compact area but gets complicated/impossible to use in a less uniform situation. The second solution allows for more realistic layouts of plants and may allow for the equipment to be more discreet (no huge mechanical arm). Either way, both present interesting food for thought!

ginggas
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ginggas
5 days 19 hours ago

Reto your idea is good but my vote goes to Colt purely because I could see myself implementing it. So my vote goes to the first idea. 😉 Keep up the good work!

Reto Meier
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Reto Meier
5 days 13 hours ago

That's fair 🙂 If you do get around to implementing it, be sure to let us know so we can see how it's really done!

Indrek Ardel
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Indrek Ardel
6 days 1 hour ago

You are pitching a solution but you did not describe what the problem was that it must solve. It is hard to judge two different approaches to something that we don't have any context of.

Shivam Patel
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Shivam Patel
6 days 11 hours ago

Reto's Dynamic tensorflow training takes it away from clot… Hence… Reto's garden

Carlos Medina
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Carlos Medina
6 days 18 hours ago

That's was really awesome, I just want to say that I prefer the Android approach cause I'm more focus on android and I think I could be bring more advantages to the administrators.

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