Since it connects via Wi-Fi, users can control it from anywhere in the world. One of the ideas behind this device is to give owners the ability to monitor their homes while away, but can also check in on pets and interact with them when the house is devoid of human activity. AI programming can detect either pets or humans to track them and allows EBO to interact with them, although sensors cause EBO to stop before coming into contact. With its e-pet mode, users can set EBO to perform a few tasks at set intervals. EBO can be set to roam and take video or still images at set times on a schedule or it can be similarly set to run about just to entertain your pet.
The microphone and speaker give you the ability to interact with whoever is in the room with EBO, be it people or pets, and it also features a laser, a common toy that can keep cats busy for hours, that points to the floor a few inches in front of it. There is no guarantee the people or the pets in the room will give EBO any attention, as members of many species may lack interest. However, for the frolicking felines and conniving canines with insatiable curiosity, EBO may be an endless source of entertainment.
To ensure play continues uninterrupted, EBO is designed to automatically right itself in most situations, making it possible for cats to swat and bat at it with no fear of it ending up like an overturned turtle. Furthermore, EBO has several utterances programmed that it may sound off either autonomously or on command. When it leaves the base on one of its scheduled runs and, when it’s time to return, it exclaims, “I’m going home to charge.”