Miruko Eyeball Robotic Eye: For Games, Surveillance, and Freaking Everyone Out

Miruko is a camera robot in the shape of an eyeball capable of tracking objects and faces. According to its creators, it can be used for augmented reality games, security, and navigation. According to me, it sucks people's souls.

In this particular game, Miruko scans the real world for virtual monsters (ooook), fixing its aim when it finds one. Then the player can capture the monster using the iPhone camera, which is connected via Wi-Fi to the robot. [Pink Tentacle]