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French tech company Keecker is launching a connected robot for your home that projects movies, plays music, browses the web, and captures sounds and images.
A real-life R2D2 for home entertainment and more
We love our screens. Many people have TVs in multiple rooms in their homes, prop their tablet up in the kitchen when they cook and tap away at their smartphone screen when they are in the bathroom.
Mobile robot brings home entertainment wherever you go
At CES on Monday, the Paris-based company unveiled its new mini robot, an entertainment system on wheels that can roll around any house, bringing video and audio entertainment, as well as mobile audio and video capture wherever you go.
Pierre Lebeau n’aime pas trop utiliser le terme robot quand il parle de son concept, mais comme il n’a pas trouvé mieux, il espère que les médias inventeront une nouvelle catégorie pour cet objet non encore identifié...
KEECKER happens to be a Paris-based company that intends to bring the future forward, by introducing a new connected robot (which will hopefully be smart, too) at CES 2014. Boasting of a unique functionality that will hopefully alter the way we think about digital experiences, KEECKER happens to be the first connected computer for lifestyle and home entertainment, where it will transform just how one shares and experiences rich content...
from Slash Gear
Keecker smart connected robot can entertain and secure your home or office
A company called Keecker is on hand at CES 2014 with an interesting connected robot device. The Keecker robot is described as the first connected computer for lifestyle and entertainment. The company says that the robot will change how content is shared at home.
Keecker is an Android-powered robot that projects video onto your walls
Sure, you could buy a projector for your apartment, or maybe even a TV; people still use those, we're told. Or, you could get an Android-powered projector instead...
The Wall-E look-alike, which is essentially a cordless Android-based projector robot, will follow you around the house for entertainment purposes, ready to transform any wall into a screen for watching movies, checking email and more.
Si apre oggi il Consumer Electronic Show di Las Vegas, la fiera della tecnologia più importante del mondo. Ecco le tendenze del futuro
KEECKER is a video projector that also syncs with smartphones so you can turn any wall into a screen for watching movies, checking email, and more.
It's not a giant egg. It's a robot called Keecker. It does home analytics, projection + more.
CES 2014 : les 10 gadgets les plus cools du salon
Le plus rond et le plus futuriste: Keecker.
Though a Simpsons Lego set set is a tough act to follow, Leo Davie from The Coolector gives it a go with his latest round-up of gadgets and gizmos...
Keecker is not a futuristic kettle or a tiny heater. Keecker is a robot.
from Le Parisien
A Las Vegas, le robot intelligent fait les yeux doux au grand public
Le français Keecker a dévoilé son nouveau gadget capable de projeter des contenus vidéo à partir d'une tablette ou d'un smartpohone.
CES 2014: 3D Cameras, Practical Robots and Wearable Tech
The pace at which we are accelerating technology from entertainment devices into objects and connected devices that we can use in our every day lives or helps us live better, is in high gear.
Keecker : R-D dans la Vraie Vie.
Two of the biggest home products to come out of the Consumer Electronics Show have us thinking about Jetsons-level home help.