Posts Tagged ‘Sphero’

Sphero is a household name these days thanks to its work to create the remote controlled BB-8 Droid that took the world by storm a couple of Christmases ago, and the company is once again working its magic in readiness for the cinematic release of Cars 3.

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Sphero has officially announced that its Star Wars-inspired ‘Force Band’, which was previously teased during this year’s Consumer Electronics Show back in January, will be available for purchase this coming September 30, along with a special edition version of BB-8 Droid toy.

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Sphero has showcased a new wearable called Force Band at CES 2016, which lets you control its Star Wars BB-8 Droid with gestures.

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Taiwanese technology researchers at PVD+ have created a technology that allows the use of Apple Watch and gestures to control drones and devices such as Sphero robots and home automation rigs.

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If you loved Orbotix’s Sphero Robot Ball then the likelihood is that you’ll be positively thrilled with their latest introduction at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES). The originally released Sphero was a quirky, fun and innovative smartphone controlled robotic sphere that provided hours of fun and entertainment. The latest edition to the Orbotix family is the Sphero 2B, a new cylinder shaped toy that takes on a slightly different form factor but still manages to pack in all of the fun and innocent glee that you would imagine a Sphero device would have thanks to its “mad speed” and “sick tricks”.

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Although we like to think that our smartphones help to keep us generally more productive and on top of our daily tasks, one has to wonder how many hours we lose by playing games and simply daydreaming digitally. The seemingly endless possibilities mean there’s always something out there to keep us occupied when wielding our handhelds, and in the case of the Sphero robotic ball, that something is directing a glowing, robotic ball in all kinds of different directions. Having been around for a while now, its maker Orbotix has, for lack of a more apt phrase, just rolled out version 2.0. And yes, it’s more awesome than ever before.

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