November 15, 2013 AT 12:19 pm

NYC Resistor BeagleBone-based GrowCube wins Engadget competition reader’s prize

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GrowCubes is yet another BeagleBone Black based development by members of NYC Resistor. The makers were given a shout out in the project spotlights on the BeagleBoard.org blog after they announced being a finalist for the Engadget Expand Insert Coin competition—and they won!

Attendees and viewers at home cast their support for GrowCubes. The idea of stackable greenhouses small enough for a New York City apartment really captured the imagination of the public. And for that they’ll be taking home the $15,000 reader’s prize.

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