The 360 Eye name refers to the vacuumâ€™s unique vision system. A 360-degree panoramic camera on top of the machine sees the whole room at once, working with infrared sensors to map out the room and plot its navigation. The camera can take up to 30 frames a second, matching its shutter speed to the vacuumâ€™s movement in order to ensure accuracy to the millimeter.
Dyson claims the 360 Eye will work better as a vacuum cleaner than any other robot on the market, too, with its V2 digital motor powering what the company calls “Radial Root Cyclone” technology to separate dust and dirt. Thereâ€™s a brush bar that stretches along the machineâ€™s full width â€” this uses strong carbon fiber and nylon bristles designed to remove fine dust and clean carpets, rather than the often ineffective rotating sweepers on traditional robot cleaners. And Dyson says the 360
The 360 Eye can hold up to 0.4 liters of dirt and dust, lasts 20 to 30 minutes on a charge before returning to its dock, and weighs 5.22 lbs. Dyson has also developed an iOS and Android
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