Petcube: Smartphone Controlled Interactive Pet Toy

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

While you’re hard at work making money to pay the bills, what do you think your furry little friend is doing at home? Whether you have a cat or dog, there’s a pretty good chance he/she is tearing things up (or just plain bored). The Petcube solves this problem, letting you play with Fido or Fluffy remotely from work, vacation, or just on-the-go.

After having his neighbors threaten to call the cops on his barking dog, Alex Neskin created Petcube. The Wi-Fi equipped device lets you see, talk and interact with your pet through the smartphone app. You can play games with your pet pal using the cube’s built-in laser, and you can even share the video and pictures with your friends on Facebook and Twitter. The polished aluminum casing is quite durable, so there’s no need to worry about it breaking, and it’s also quite beautiful, so it will complement the decor of any room nicely. Check out the video below, and support the project on Kickstarter.

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