What do SeedPods consist of?

SeedPods are hybrid eco-nano-tech devices, as small as grain of rice or as big as a coconut, available to support and regenerate the wounded terrains of the eco-systemic whole. PERP found a way to create these small, cohesive pods, which are capable of unfolding into new, vibrant ecosystems when deployed in their designated area. While each member-community has a slightly specific way of producing and/or distributing the SeedPods, they essentially are containers holding specific mixtures of plant seeds, minerals, fungi, pockets of water, glucose and other vital life-starting components. These materials, organic and non-organic, are bound together by the Organic Lignocellulosic Microfiber known as Weeve, as engineered by PERP after careful analysis of the binding agents found in plant bodies. Weeve is a living binding agent with high-durability, flexibility, and most importantly, the ability to ‘grow’ and warp depending on the SeedPod’s specific contents. Another vital aspect of Weeve is the capability to hold H2O, O2 and other essential elements together in a membrane-like sack, making SeedPods capable of delivering the entire package of eco-system regeneration in a single pod.

How are SeedPods distributed?

In nomadic/non-machine parts of the world, the pods are taken to designated areas by humans delivered by foot. Alternatively, they are transported by built-in drone technology operating on a PERP developed solar-photon-based synthesis energy form (SolarSyn-e). Although initially needing to be charged by the sun, it can eventually replicate the mechanism of photosynthesis independently. Think glow-in-the-dark, but based in organic synthesis, producing not a funky glowing green light, but a nano-energy source capable of transporting the SeedPods over long distances, depending of course on the wind and air pressure. Due to distinct manufacturing styles (by machine, by hand), available technological hybridity (micro-drone-tech yes/no), and the different requirements of various bioregions, each SeedPod has a unique style of transportation. There have even been cases where SeedPods designed to self-deploy had to be manually activated when deployment tech was compromised by automated transportation.