MiP is a $99.99 toy-sized robot that’s programmed to do pretty much whatever you want it to. In its default behavior, MiP responds to a user’s claps and other hand gestures. Put the robot in Roam mode and it will move around freely while intelligently avoiding obstacles.
How do you control MiP robot?
Guide MiP™ backwards by holding your hand in front of MiP™, then dip and push your hand towards MiP™ to steer it backwards. Hand Gesture Control – Left/Right Turn MiP™ by swiping your hand in front of MiP™ in the direction that you want it to turn.
How does the MiP app work?
Low battery power may cause a slowdown or loss of functionality of the MiP. Replace the batteries using this guide.
What do the MiP colors mean?
Each MiP has 7 pre-programmed “modes” that can be selected by spinning one of it’s wheels each with its own corresponding color that lights up on MiP’s chest. These modes include: MiP Default (Blue), Stack (Pink), Cage (White), Tricks (Red), Roam (Yellow), Dance (Turquoise), and Tracking (Orange).
Why does my MiP keep falling over?
Low battery power may cause a slow down or loss of functionality of the MiP. Replace the batteries using this guide. Dust and dirt may gather in the wheels or axels of the MiP. If the wheels are clear of obstructions or damage, the motors may be malfunctioning.
What is the app for MiP?
Meet MiP ™, your new robotic friend. MiP loves balancing, playing games and exploring! Have a MiP? Drive – Drive MiP around with either single or dual joystick control.
What is a wowwee robot?
Perched atop unique dual wheels, this multi-functional and autonomous robot is more than just a toy. Equipped with GestureSense technology, any hand motion controls MiP, or load up the free MiP App on an iOS or Android smart device, and your eyes will light up at what MiP can do.
When was MiP created?
Mips stands for Multi-directional Impact Protection System. Wikipedia. The technology was developed by specialists at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and a brain surgeon at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, in 1996.