Kickstarter - eMotion Telepresence Robot Now Available on Kickstarter

eMotion is a moving, robotic, telepresence device that holds your iPad or Android tablet. eMotion is made for fully interactive video security / monitoring / chat / conferencing scenarios. Use a phone, tablet or PC to connect over the Internet with the tablet your eMotion robot is holding. During your video chat, you remotely control the movements of the robot to have it go wherever you please.

eMotion is the world's first professional grade, telepresence robot that is extremely affordable. eMotion puts you in the driver's seat for limitless new video security / monitoring / chat / conferencing scenarios.


Use eMotion to:

- Monitor your house while at work or on vacation
- Check on and interact with your pet from work
- Remotely attend meetings and move around your workplace?
- Allow distant friends and family to tour your house from their PC?

It's all up to your imagination!!

For more product details, please check out our Kickstarter campaign.

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