It's called "Brian The Brain."
This animatronic brain incorporates The Concise encyclopedia from BritannicaÂ®, a dictionary, and a world history timeline, and uses voice recognition technology to respond to verbal prompts, for an interactive roommate that children can use as an academic resource or as a toy. Not only an academic aide, Brian the Brain asks questions concerning the child's likes and dislikes, using the child's responses to personalize conversations and to tell jokes. Brian's database can store telephone numbers and the device connects to a phone jack, allowing Brian to become a child's personal operator that dials the phone numbers of friends and family in response to verbal commands, or children can use the attached keyboard to prompt Brian to initiate a phone call. Brian the Brain plays word, memory, and trivia games, and he can say thousands of trivia facts. With digital clock, calendar, MP3 player jack, integrated speaker, and retractable keyboard for text communication with Brian the Brain. Includes a free 3-month subscription to Britannica On LineÂ®, Student Edition.
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