Touch the surface of the Kulacard with an NFC phone to retrieve, display, and share brief moments in nature. It is a fusion of science, art, and technology that allows the viewer/participant a chance to leave a hidden voice. Links to memories in the form of photos, videos, and music can be embedded into the card using our mobile, RFID technology. Leave a message in support of science, art, and the great outdoors.
The collared lorry (Phigy solitaries) is called kula in Fijian. I can’t wait to see one in the wild.
The critically endangered Hawaiian plant Kula Wahine Noho (Isodendrion pyrifolium) was thought to be extinct. In 1991 four plants were found on state land in Hawaii that was being developed for housing and a golf course. I hope I can see one in the wild.