The egg-shaped Miuro (Music Innovation based on Utility Robot technology) can dance and play iTunes and other digital music from your docked iPod or wirelessly from a PC through its Kenwood-built speakers. It also has a AM and FM radio.
It handle music in a variety of formats, including WAV, MP3, WMA, AAC, AIFF and LPCM. The system analyzes music being played and will vary its lighting and gait accordingly.
Miuro (available in either white, black, yellow, or red) is radio-controlled. If you purchase the optional camera and sensors, it transforms into a programmable robot that can navigate and learn routes. The owner sends a call to the Miuro using a wireless remote, which the robot responds to by locating the owner neatly avoiding obstacles, then cleverly positions itself at an optimum listening distance where it grooves around rolling and pivoting to the tunes.
The webcam can transmit pictures to your personal computer, and then to the Internet.
The display panel in the centre shows the name of the song or radio station, the name of the artist, etc.
Miuro will play your favorite music and dance 3-4 hours on only one battery charge. It weights 9 pound and is 14 inch wide.