Gululu | Smart Water Bottle

Virtual Pet Evolves As Kids Drink Water

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Gululu’s smart water bottles house cute pets that grow as children accomplish water consumption targets.

We’ve seen how teens can learn about coding through friendship bracelets and Hackaball Computers. Taking a similar peer-to-peer approach, Gululu has developed a wifi-connected water bottle that makes staying hydrated fun for young children.

Embedded sensors on the water bottles enable children to interact with a Tamagotchi-style pet on a screen. Kids first chose a pet and set goals according to their age and size. As they hit their drinking target day-to-day, their pet evolves and grows, and can be taken on virtual adventures in the Gululu Universe on a companion app. The smart bottles come with wireless charging stations and let kids connect their pets by waving them at each other. Parents can keep tabs on hydration levels through an app and view drinking patterns over time. Also, parents can even remotely turn the bottle to School Mode to help their kids concentrate in class.

gululu-smart-water-bottle 2Gululu is currently running a Kickstarter campaign and aims to have their washable, durable bottles fully available later in 2016.

Trendspotter | Murtaza Patel

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