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The Capsule features wireless electronic fish inside

The Sphere is a sealed aquarium with Bluetooth enabled robotic fish that never need charging or batteries
| Maker & DIY News | Posted: Aug 19, 2014 10:30 am

If you like to look at fish in the aquarium, but don't spend enough time at home to take care of a pet the Capsule might be for you. This round aquarium has a couple roundish fish inside that do something for you other than float around. The fish are called LumiPUFF are able to connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth.




Once the robotic fish are connected to your smartphone, they will change colors to notify you of messages on your phone. Users can also choose the color combination of the lights inside the fish. The cool electronic fish use inductive wireless power transmission technology so you never have to charge them or change batteries.



The Capsule aquarium is a closed habitat that never needs maintenance. LumiPUFF fish measure 2.8" and have three light regions in the body. The fish swim around and users can interact with them via a game app on the smartphone that allows you to feed and play with them. The Sphere will ship in May 2015 at an undisclosed price.


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