Mechanized Stroller Lets Your Baby Drive
If you’re out in the market for a baby stroller, you might be surprised to find out how such a device has changed in the last decade. Years ago, baby stroller was just like, well, a stroller. It had a handle for you to push it around and your little one sit nicely on it. Some models came with three wheels and some others featured four wheels.
But that’s past time. Today, with mobile and computer technology blossoming like sun flower in the spring, baby strollers have now been incorporated with such geeky stuff. You may even find it tough to differentiate it with those autonomous robots that can walk on themselves. Among such robotic strollers is Xandon Frogget’s work.
Dubbed as mechanized stroller, it features two advanced Kinect sensors that enable it to move on its own. Still, the fun comes with the Wii steering that allows the parents or even the toddler itself to control it. Now, the best aspect of Xander’s mechanized stroller is the fact that both sensors are still functional even when the stroller is controlled using the provided Wii steering. This will ensure your little one stays on the safe line without hitting anything. Check how Xander’s daughter has fun with his daddy’s creation on the video below!
Depending on the components you want to be installed, Xandon’s mechanized stroller can cost from $2,500 – $3,500. Indeed, it’s expensive but compared to the Drive Suits that sports almost the same price tag, this stroller is much worthy in our eyes. Besides, it can take on weight up to 300 pounds, so you can actually play with it too – if you’re OK with that, of course. Cheers!