Watch James Dyson unveil Dyson’s latest technology, the Dyson 360 Eye™ robot vacuum cleaner at the Tokyo Tower - one of Japan's tallest buildings. James Dyson launched the intelligent robot to a gathering of hundreds of journalists in a specially designed venue that surrounded media with a 360˚screen. The 360˚screen represents the way in which the Dyson 360 Eye™ robot vacuum sees all around the room at once.
The Dyson 360 Eye™ robot delivers high performance with technology you won’t find in any other robot vacuum. A unique 360˚vision system lets it know where it is and where it is yet to clean; a Dyson digital motor generates powerful suction; patented Dyson cyclones separate even the smallest particles of dust and dirt from the airflow; a full width brush bar allows maximum cleaning coverage; and continuous tank tracks maintain its speed and direction across all floor types.
All performance claims are based on machines available in the Japanese market in July 2014. Claims are only applicable where the product is available to buy.
Dyson is thought to be the only domestic appliance manufacturer in Europe to have its own in-house microbiology lab. Inside the lab, Dyson scientists work alongside Dyson engineers to develop healthier and hygienic technology - like vacuum cleaners capable of extracting particles as small as 0.5 microns. This lets them trap the nasty things that trigger allergies - bacteria, pollen, dead skin cells and dust mite faeces.