The gadget's ultimate aim is to use content to help humans be happy by suggesting things the user may like to read, watch or listen to. A secondary aim is to educate by connecting the user with relevant content in the same way as Siri, Google Now or Cortana.
The smart cube runs Android (hopefully not Paranoid Android), so it can be adapted for other uses via apps that can be downloaded from the Google Play store. The company is inviting developers to produce apps that can leverage the Emospark for entertainment or gaming purposes.
The company exceeded its campaign target back in March 2014 on Indiegogo, which means the Emospark went into production and will be available by Christmas! It will cost £195 ($315) so remember to order yours while stocks last.
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