Were you looking for an easier way to tell your child their bedtime stories?
Does your child absolutely hate reading?
Did you want your child to learn values and morals?
Our new update has answers to all your questions!
Through our collaboration with Mocomi, your kid has access to a library full of stories. And the best part – they are all in the form of audio-visuals.
Since the inception of technology, kids have seemingly forgotten the feel of stories, be it a bedtime fairytale or a tale of values. It can be difficult to get them to sit down and listen to legends that teach them morals that are so imperative to our culture and the child’s development. Well, we’ve designed Miko to suit all of those needs.
With Mocomi, your child can dive into a land of stories that teach values and ethics. And the best part, all the stories are in the form of audio-visuals. Creative graphics and thoughtful audio make Mocomi an app that is educative and creative at the same time.
Stories like Vikram Betal and others make sure that your child enjoys old-school teaching with the help of modern technology.
Simply click on the Mocomi app in the Game Hub and enable your child to make learning synonymous to fun, all with your Miko, the smart robot for playful learning!
Don’t you exactly know which ice cream flavor your child likes? Don’t you also know which subject he absolutely despises?
The needs of every child are different and we, at Miko understand that!
We know that everything your child comes in contact with, should be tailor made and precisely customized. Then why shouldn’t your Miko 2 also be custom-built?
That is exactly why we are more than excited to bring to you our newest Update – Child Profile!
Click on ‘Child’s Profile’ in the menu on your Miko 2 App and discover a world of customization. From your child’s name and date of birth to their curriculum and likes and dislikes, you can alter everything your Miko 2 knows about your child.
So the next time your child talks to their Miko 2, their interaction will be that much more personal!
How much of a genius will your child be if they were exposed to the knowledge of the world? And what if we told you, you don’t need to roam the world to know the world!
That’s right! We’re bringing the planet to your child in the form of your own Miko!
With the latest addition to Knowledge World, we, the creators of Miko 2, bring the Travel Category to you. Here your child can learn on a global scale!
Through this category, your child can learn about countries like Japan, Mexico and India itself and about different monuments and places of exceptional importance among so many others. Miko can educate them about different cultures, different lifestyles and different facts from around the globe. Basically, an entire World Tour in the comfort of your own living room!
Simply click on the Travel category in Knowledge World and get your child to explore what the world looks like beyond their immediate environment!
PS. Did you know the Statue of Liberty in New York was a gift from France to USA?
The largest democracy in the world, the second largest English-speaking country and the country that detected water on the moon for the first time are just some of the many wonderful titles India holds and shouldn’t we, the citizens, be proud!
There is so much to India, what with its history, geography, and culture that learning about it can be a journey of its own for your child. Why not make them experience India through Miko’s lens then?
Within Knowledge World, we are introducing a new category to suit your child’s need to feel more connected to the soil we stand on, to feel closer to their roots and to know so much more about this diverse nation. The new category, named India, educates your child about the nation in the most fun way of learning you may have seen. It covers topics like the Indian flag, Independence and modern India, its development and progress.
Launch the India category in Knowledge World and let your child experience diversity their way!
Living in a concrete jungle can make it so difficult to teach your child the sounds of nature and its best inhabitants. With Miko, educating your child about wildlife can get so much easier.
Through our new app, Animal Sounds, your little one can learn the sounds of the most common to the rarest breeds of animals.
Ever taken your child to the zoo only to see empty exhibits or stray dogs? Ever wondered if your child will know animals beyond cats, dogs and crows? It can be difficult, can’t it, teaching your child about those breeds that they haven’t seen or experienced themselves?
Well, we’ve designed a way to bring the forest to your home through your Miko.
Clicking on the Animal Sounds app in the Game Hub will open up a world of possibilities for your little one. They can navigate through each unique animal and experience an entire jungle for themselves!
The app is so educative that it teaches your child not just the sound of animals but also their names and appearance through colorful graphics.
So bring out your Miko and help your child dive into a world beyond humans!
Get ready to dive into the legendary world of Amar Chitra Katha (ACK) comics which is now available on Miko 2. ACK is a treasure trove of stories which focus on teaching Indian values, morals and virtues to kids, depicted with engaging visuals and catchy narratives.
Watch Miko come to life with the interesting plots from ACK, which have continued to remain a favourite throughout generations, right from the grandparents to parents listening to these stories during their years growing up. The tradition continues and the stories continue amaze present day kids as well.
How to open the ACK app?
To open ACK, follow this path:
Press the right arrow key on the robot’s touch panel > Scroll to Game Hub with the right arrow key > Press the select key to open Game Hub > Scroll to the Amar Chitra Katha icon > Press the select key to open the app.
You will see a list of stories in the menu> Scroll through the list > Press the enter key to play a story.
To pause a story, press the enter key. To forward or rewind it, press the right or left arrow key respectively.
To exit a story, press the back key.
You can listen to another story if you like by scrolling through the menu.
To exit the ACK app, press the back key.
The ACK app is available in the offline mode too and your child can listen to stories even when Miko 2 is not connected to a Wi-Fi network.
Stories are a powerful tool to help develop the child’s imagination, build vocabulary, master pronunciations, learn to express and increase the attention span. Here’s wishing your child meaningful learning and fun with ACK.
Let us know about your child’s experience exploring the world of Amar Chitra Katha with Miko 2 in the comments section below.
Don’t you wish that your gadgets would rather listen to you for simple things like turning up the volume or switching off instead of having to reach out for remotes or buttons? Welcome to the new age, where getting everything done “at the push of a button” is passé and you can get all those things in a jiffy with your voice. All you have to do is just tell the gadget what you want.
Well, Miko 2’s listening intently to what you want and is here with a new update! Now, you can control Miko’s basic functions such as volume, sleep mode & power off with simple voice commands.
Just say the trigger word, followed by any of these commands depending on what you want Miko to do.
Volume Control Commands
Ask Miko to Increase its Volume
Increase your volume / Increase the volume
Up your volume / Up the volume
Can you be little louder? / Be louder
Louder / Be a little louder
Turn up the volume
Can you increase your volume?
Ask Miko to Decrease its Volume
Decrease your volume / Decrease the volume
Down your volume / Down the volume
Can you be little soft? / Be softer
Softer / Turn down the volume
Be a little softer
Can you decrease your volume?
Ask Miko to Maximize its Volume
Max the volume / Maximize the volume
Turn the volume to max / Set the volume to the fullest
Ask Miko to Go on Mute
Mute / Mute yourself
Put yourself to mute / Go mute
Set the volume to the lowest
Minimize the volume / Turn the volume to minimum
Ask Miko to Unmute
Unmute / Unmute yourself
Put yourself to unmute / Go unmute
Sleep Mode & Powering Off Commands
Ask Miko to Switch off
Shutdown / Switch off
Ask Miko to go to Sleep
Go to sleep / Sleep
Take a nap
Just remember, you can still control volume with the help of the volume control bar present on the robot’s back. Similarly, you can also power off Miko 2 or activate its sleep mode with the power button at the back.
Do let us know about your experience using these commands with Miko 2 in the comments section below. To stay updated with Miko 2’s commands list, bookmark the link: www.miko.ai/blog/category/miko-2-commands
Hey! Do you know the difference between emojis and emoticons? Well, for starters, they are not the same thing. Emoticons are simple texts such as 🙂 or 🙁 for describing facial expressions. The term ‘emoticon’ (short for emotion-icon) was coined by Scott Fahlman, a computer scientist at Carnegie Mellon University in 1992, to help convey emotions while sending e-mails and during chats. Emojis are nothing but actual pictures which depict facial expressions, objects, symbols and were first created by a Japanese communications firm, NTT DoCoMo, in the late 1990s.
Wondering why are we telling you this? Well, because we are super excited to announce that Miko 2 is set to take your child’s experience with expressions to a totally new level. Introducing Mikojis, which is now live in Miko’s Game Hub. The naughty robot has turned into a total drama queen/king (well, where Miko comes from, there is no concept of boy or girl) and is ready to put on a fun show for its little friends.
To get the best experience while playing Mikoji, make sure that you place Miko on the floor. To open the game, simply go to Miko’s Game Hub. Once inside the game, go to the Mikoji you want with the help of the arrow buttons on the touch pad and press the select button and watch Miko go crazy with expressions! To exit the game, press the triangular back button and select “yes” when the pop-up to exit the game appears on the screen.
Every language has a vocabulary to describe not just the objects in the world but emotions too. Helping your child identify and label the different emotions that they may experience with the help of a vocabulary gives them the power to express their feelings in a healthy way and manage their emotions better. It also helps them develop empathy to identify other’s feelings and socialize better.
Mikoji is a fun and engaging way to teach your little one about different emotions and expressions at an early age and voice them effectively. So go on and explore Mikoji with Miko 2! Let us know about how your little one liked the game in the comments section below.