GOMI is a new smart ball specifically designed for pets to enable owners to keep them entertained even if they are not in the house. Using a smartphone companion application owners can trigger the smart ball to provide interaction and stimulation to pets left at home. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the project which has already raised over $227,000 thanks to over 2,000 backers.
Pledges are available from $89 with worldwide shipping expected to take place sometime around September/October 2019.
“Did you know that up to 40% of dogs experience anxiety during their lives, almost exclusively from being left alone? That means that every morning that you leave your furry friend at home, they could be suffering until you get back. Leaving your dog home alone without any interaction or stimulation can lead to a variety of mental, physical and behaviour issues.”
Features of the pet smart ball include :
– Our expertly-designed smart ball allows your pet to play all day long through a variety of preprogrammed activities that stimulate their mind and get them moving!
– Featuring AutoStart and AutoStop functions, GOMI continuously moves in irregular patterns through an evolving algorithm. This keeps your pet engaged and their mind stimulated, keeping them physically fit and lessening the possibility of anxiety or depression.
– The GOMI comes programmed with 12 different interactions offer something new, exciting and intriguing for your pet no matter how long they play!
– When you come back home, the GOMI app will let you know how the pet played with Gomi while you were away. The GOMI app will help you know what your pet is doing while you are away and help you manage it healthier.
The GOMI smart ball specifically designed to entertain your pets is now available via Indiegogo’s In Demand enabling you to make pledges even though the campaign ended earlier this month.
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