Brains meets brawn, Ollie is built by Sphero to drive through dirt and damp while performing tricks and tracking distance.
Ollie's internal circuit board is protected by a durable polycarbonate shell and heavy-duty wheels that let you drive over rough terrain, roll down the stairs and smash into walls without worry.
Instantly connect Ollie to your smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth and reach speeds of up to 14 mph.
This is Ollie – a total adrenaline junkie that draws its energy from unbridled speed and extreme stunts. Command this app-enabled robot to execute tricks and dominate every inch of turf, trail and track. Ollie’s onboard intelligence gives you real-time feedback on tricks, rolls at speeds of up to 14 mph and connects instantly to your device with a range of up to 100 feet. Plus, it’s tough plastic exterior protects all the tech inside.Manufacturer's Description ENGINEERED FOR SPEED Launch over the competition at floor-warping speed with complete control. Ollie is awesomely agile thanks to its tubular design. PROGRAMMED FOR TRICKS Spin, drift, and flip with app-powered tricks. Then create, master, and share your trick combinations with friends. CUSTOMIZED BY YOU Switch up your ride with different tires and hubcaps. The world is your playground when you can conquer any terrain. About the Startup Describe your product in 3 words. App-enabled, Robot, Racing Where did you get the inspiration for your product? Data from the Sphero experience showed users were often driving at max speed and enjoying tricks and jumps. With Ollie we’ve thrust forward the core experience of Sphero 2.0, steering focus from varied game play to pure driving. What differentiates your product from similar products out there? Taking a nod from skateboarding culture, Ollie is a complete adrenaline junkie that rockets around at floor-warping speeds and does ridiculous tricks. We’re continuing to extend the world of physical play to the digital life circling around us. Tell us about the best and most challenging parts of the creation process. The best thing about Ollie was pushing the limit of what we thought possible with speed and durability. The biggest challenge was getting a Bluetooth system to function consistently at far distances, which was solved by changing the antenna in the production process. It was also difficult to make something so durable.