Lifelike ‘Robofish’ at Tokyo’s toy fair

Created bu TakaraTomy Arts and released at the 2012 Tokyo toy fair, this cute gizmo costs 15 € a pop. it runs on batteries that power the fish’s tail. it then moves randomly on it’s own, with its tail respectively moves slower or faster.

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22 thoughts on “Lifelike ‘Robofish’ at Tokyo’s toy fair

  1. Finally, a fish I …
    Finally, a fish I can? buy that won’t end up with me flushing it down the toilet. 🙁 It will also save me tons of money and emotional trauma.

  2. I’m glad it wasn’t …
    I’m glad it wasn’t just me…? aha. (: I’ve just finished watching that episode, funnily enough.

  3. Even better: make …
    Even better: make them solar powered. Just put the tank in front of a window and let the fish recharge themselves? every day.

  4. Looks like Japan is …
    Looks like Japan is preparing the world with? entertainment for the times when all the wild life is gone.

  5. Needs? wireless …
    Needs? wireless charging. At night swims back to its home base to dock and recharge itself while you sleep.

  6. This isn’t going to …
    This isn’t going to work. I get great entertainment from watching strings of poo dangle out of fish’s butts… They might want? to rethink the design, then I’ll bite.

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