Regalos originales y gadgets
Regalos originales
Shopping cart Shipping costs Help Newsletter Contact
  Home Store New stuff Offers Curioblog  
Estás en HomeCurioblogFifer; the Feeding Robot
 el 1 Sep 2008 por Alicia Rodríguez Mediavilla

Fifer; the Feeding Robot

Feeding the fish in your pond could cease to be a tedious task with Fifer, the smart robot

Fifer, the smart robot that feeds your fish
Fifer, the smart robot that feeds your fish
Fifer, the smart robot that feeds your fish The plant will reveal the fish health state That’s how Fifer, the fish feeding robot works (I) That’s how Fifer, the fish feeding robot works (II)
Do you live by a pond or little lake but you are fed up of daily fish feeding? If only the could learn to eat just enough, it wouldn’t be necessary to pay so much attention. Unfortunately, you know that fish are quite capable of eating to death, and that’s not wildly exaggerating.

Young designer Ran Xiangfei has found the solution. It’s called Fifer and it’s a little smart robot, with a built-in food tank, which will do that boring fish feeding job for you.

Just leave Fifer floating on the water, on its own. At feeding time, it will send out sound waves to wide-awake the fish and attract them; then it somehow calculates the density of fish in the water and releases the optimal amount of food to feed them.

Fifer has other qualities: it sails, propels and moves itself around the pond, and best of all it’s also capable of monitoring the health of your fishies. Have you noticed the plant sprouting out its surface? If the plant grows nice and healthy, your fish are great; on the contrary, if the plant wilts, it means that something’s wrong on the pond.

We infer that it’s just a concept device by now, but keep it in mind if you’re thinking about installing a pond in your garden (if you’ve got a garden at all) or if you believe you could do business manufacturing and marketing it.
Bookmark and Share
Noticias relacionadas
Man breaks record catch using a Barbie fishing rod (26 Aug 2008)
Wooden Parquet Beaches (1 Sep 2008)
Eco Brolly, a different umbrella each time (1 Sep 2008)
Eco Brolly, a different umbrella each time (1 Sep 2008)
Energy Road Asphalt (1 Sep 2008)
Productos de Japón

Lo más leido
1 . Blood Types in Japanese Culture
2 . Mameshiba
3 . Paper Toys: Print, Cut Out, Fold and Paste
4 . "Google Insights" Reveals the Day-to-Day Intimacies of US Soldiers in Iraq
5 . 5 Essential Gadgets for Students
6 . Infinite Toys: Pointless Trinkets are All the Rage in Japan
7 . The 10 Best Gifts for Father’s Day
8 . Black Drawings
9 . Inspector Gadget’s gadgets
10 . The USB fashion is here: get yourself an original pen drive
Lo más valorado
1 . Gifts for Female Friends
2 . Products Used to Discharge Static Electricity
3 . "Doctor Fish, please do my pedicure”
4 . Home Cotton Candy Maker
5 . Christmas in Japan
Lee más sobre
Art, design and architecture
Gadgets, inventions and prototypes
Japanese Culture
Japanese videos
News and curiosities
Unusual gifts
Productos relacionados

Suscríbete al boletín de novedades de Curiosite
About us Privacy Security Help and FAQS Press office Sell your products at Contact us
Entidad adherida a Confianza Online Entidad adherida a Confianza Online ©2010 Curiosite. Regalos originales y gadgets. Curiosite es una producción de Milimetrado diseño y producción multimedia S.L. Inscrita en el Registro Mercantil de Madrid el 07 de Septiembre del 2006. Tomo:23.137. Libro:0. Folio:10. Seccion:8. Hoja:M-414659 CIF:B84800341 C/ Corredera Alta de San Pablo 28 Madrid, Spain