LG has announced that it will unveil HOM-BOT Turbo+ robotic vacuum cleaner with augmented reality at CES 2016. The vacuum cleaner from the company looks similar to a Roomba robot vacuum but it is equipped with the augmented reality feature.
HOM-BOT Turbo+, employs augmented reality technology in a smart feature called Home-Joy that allows consumers to issue instructions to the vacuum cleaner by intuitively designating areas that need extra cleaning using the camera of any smartphone. You can simply tap on the part of the room in the image to clean and HOM-BOT Turbo+ goes to that exact location and begins cleaning.The robotic vacuum cleaner features Triple Eye camera sensors which record the surrounding area including the ceiling, to track where it has already cleaned.
The camera located on the front of the HOM-BOT Turbo+ enables other smart features such as Home-View and Home-Guard. The Home-View feature transmits a real-time feed to owners’ smartphones, enabling them to remotely control the HOM-BOT Turbo+ and clean the home anytime, anywhere. The Home-Guard feature gives consumers extra security by sending photos of inside the home to a paired smartphone when the HOM-BOT Turbo+ senses movement.
The HOM-BOT Turbo+ comes equipped with intelligent navigation and avoids obstacles such as stairs with the help of the Robonavi, an intelligent software system that utilizes the robot’s dual CPUs to make lightning fast directional decisions. Hom-Bot Turbo+ is equipped with a 80V lithium-ion battery that will run for 40 minutes of continuous cleaning or guarding before needing to be charged. LG will announce the HOM-BOT Turbo+ robotic vacuum cleaner with augmented reality at CES 2016
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