So yes, it's basically a helicopter hidden in a delightful ball of fluff and paint. Owleez has big, bright eyes that change color as the mood goes, and sensors on the head and stomach area and under the beak to better feed him with his favorite (toy) berries. It is also sensitive to movement, so you have to rock it to sleep. Like most other nourishing toys, it cooides when it's happy and whines when it's scary or sad. Its size is also pretty charming, with its round, small body that feels comfortable like a softball in the palm of your hand.
And like in a softball field, you have to unwind and swing your arm back and forth to teach Little Owleez the basics of flying. But you do not actually throw the little bird ̵
Owleez will eventually float back to earth and you can put it back in its nest, which also serves as a charging station, the whole thing is thoughtful and tooth-like bewitching, and definitely a combination of technologies I never expected, I'm sure this one You'll see it in stores this fall for a reasonable $ 50.