Place the dice within 50.80 centimeters (20 inches) in front of your aibo™ robotic companion's view, and then wait for aibo to start playing with the dice on its own.
- If you tell aibo, "bring dice," aibo looks for the dice, takes it in its mouth, and then brings it to you.
- Make sure to praise aibo if it brings the dice to you.
- There are times when aibo wants to play and won't let go of the dice.
- As aibo gets better at playing with the dice, aibo will be able to play games, such as throwing or rolling the dice.
- aibo may learn to play with the dice in other ways too.
What if aibo isn't playing with the dice?
- Is aibo playing with the dice against a wall?
- aibo may see the wall as an obstacle and not be able to play with the dice well.
- Are the two dice too close together?
- If the two dice are placed in front of aibo's view at the same time, separate them from each other.
- The distance between the dice should be about 15.24 centimeters (6 inches).
- Is aibo wearing any accessories, such as a collar?
- If aibo lowers its neck, accessories may block the ranging sensor on aibo's chest which may cause aibo to stop mid-bite.
- Are the paw pads starting to deteriorate?
- If aibo loses its balance due to deteriorating paw pads, aibo may not be able to bite onto the dice well.