Author: Kalika Sharma | Visual Design: Paritosh Ursekar
Toy-Ro, an intelligent, self-adapting toy, is born on the day
Remy 3Dprinted it as a 3-year-old so that she could make
drawings on any surface. Then,Toy-Ro simply takes the shape
of any surface Remy puts it on for drawing, and gets to know
Remy, giving her inspiration with colors and patterns.
When Remy turns 5-years-old, there are a few months when her
mother visits another city for work.Toy-Ro then adapts itself
to be a drawing and inspiration board but also a connection for
Remy with her mother whenever she wants. Toy-Ro also sends
constant updates to Remy’s mother on her feed by the nanny
and her location using a sensor that is placed on Remy.
Toy-Ro does a self-upgrade as Remy develops into a bright 7-year-old girl who always
demands to be read a good bed-time story, even on nights when her parents are too busy.
Toy-Ro then reads more detective stories, which Remy loves, and also includes Remy as an
important character in the plot solving the mysteries in those stories.
At 10, Remy carries Toy-Ro around with her everywhere, even to school, and introduces Toy-
Ro as her “best friend” who knows all her secrets and is a great playmate and helper. Even
when playing hopscotch with her friends,Toy-Ro adapts its hop-scotch board to each friend’s
height.Toy-Ro is super at adapting to any physical game indoors or outdoors.
As Remy grows up to be 12-years-old,Toy-Ro had also befriended her teachers of different
subjects in her classroom.The teacher feeds the classroom content and Remy’s answer
sheets into Toy-Ro, and then onwards Toy-Ro uses the feedback from her teachers to
enhance Remy’s abilities. For example, a mathematics teacher gives the geometry test results
to Toy-Ro, and Toy-Ro can now give Remy hundreds and thousands of different problems to
solve and can correct all the submissions, becoming Remy’s home tutor as well.
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