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Making long journeys with children – all parents know this only too well – is no easy task. The same is sometimes true for much shorter trips. Fortunately, technology has been working wonders in recent years. At DS, for example, artificial intelligence has recently been added to our cars to tell stories to children. For the little ones, Nissan has just unveiled an attractive plush concept created in collaboration with a Japanese childcare company called Akachan Honcho. Presentation.
Mon voisin Iruyo
Iruyo is the name formed by this duo of small balls of fur available in three colors (pink, vanilla or, as in the illustration, red). Baby Iruyo, the smallest of them, is placed in the cup holder near the driver. As for the largest, Iruyo “for short”, she stays with baby in the back, installed nearby on the bench seat. All it takes is for the driver to speak to the smaller of the two plush toys for the larger one to in turn interact with the child. As for the latter, she is able to know if the baby is sleeping and transmits this information to her partner who lets the driver know by closing her eyes. Finally, she can also play with the child if the latter is awake.
Not for sale
Don’t get too excited, Iruyo is not for sale. At this stage it is only a project which was nevertheless presented to the public in Japan during a special event. No one knows if it went well and if commercialization is planned. An arrival in France seems, if not illusory, at least very distant.
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To sum up
Nissan has just presented a concept of an intelligent plush toy which should undoubtedly appeal to parents but also children.
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