The Ultimate Phone Camera: Bluetooth Remote Control Robot Camera
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The Bluetooth robot camera, controlled by your Bluetooth phone, is here! Forget about upskirting or videoing yourself with your camera phone while having sex, now you can send your new Bluetooth robot phone camera to do the job!

Dubbed ROB-1 by its maker, Sony Ericsson, the new robot camera can be operated with any Bluetooth Sony Ericsson phone. ROB-1 can be controlled by your phone’s joystick or keypad, or even the touch screen of your P900 phone. What’s really cool about ROB-1 is that the robot phone camera beams what it sees back to your phone, and you see on your phone’s screen what the robot camera sees.


ROB-1 has a range of about 50 meters, and can move forwards and backwards, peer around corners, and twirl in place. The robot camera is three-wheeled, and comes with an onboard light and memory.

In short, it’s ubercool.

And it will be available from Sony Ericsson in the third quarter of 2005.

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3 thoughts on “The Ultimate Phone Camera: Bluetooth Remote Control Robot Camera
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  1. I wonder how hard it would be to take the robot apart and mount the camera under the barrel of a firearm making a poor person’s version of the Army’s new sighting system. Just think, you don’t have to stick your head around a corner to acquire a sight picture. You could watch the trace of the weapon muzzle for training purposes. Perhaps you could even document a shooting incident by using weapon recoil to initiate a capture (using the muzzle flash to illuminate the target).

  2. I wonder if they’ve already written the disclaimer “By using this product you agree to indemnify Sony Ericsson from all claims or liability arising from such use, whether legal or illegal.”

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