Interactive robots have sensors which enable them to perceive their environment and interact with it. In turn this allows them to interact with humans. Motion sensors are used to detect obstacles or user commands, microphones to detect sound, accelerometers to detect their orientation, and cameras to detect objects and light levels.
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