I, Spy escaped from the twisted labs of the future, where everyday objects, even plush toys, have been turned into the means to monitor our personal lives. His original purpose: alert a central computer system when a citizen, specifically the one programmed into his circuity, walks through the door. A simple tripwire but without the wire. I, Spy is a prototype build, which explains a certain lack of subtlety on his part. He enjoys cow-tipping and folk dancing in his spare time.
The spybot contains a wireless persona detector, which can be set to find an individual RFID transponder or Bluetooth device (TBD, based on technical feasibility). When a signal is found, the bot's inconspicuously placed LED's will light up and he will start to shake convulsively. I, Spy has severed his connection to the central computer system of the future, and as such does not report back. He's just a friendly toy, that happens to know your every move.
The Wireless Drumset
On the same note as Steve's Rock n'Roller, a second wireless concept I've been working with is for a sort of remote-controlled drumset. The set consists of a PlayStation-style controller with buttons for the toms, kick, snare, etc. When the player pushes on a button, a panel of LEDs will respond by lighting up and playing back the sampled sound to match that piece of the set. By pressing multiple buttons at once, it's possible to create patterns of light + sound mayhem.
For those of you who remember my Pop'em-style Hoppers, this idea is being put on hold for now. I may come back to it in twenty years or so when I know enough physical computing to finish the job ;)