As the name implies, there's a robotic eye embedded that enables it to see walls, objects, and flooring ahead. The difference is the company's patented cyclone technology, as well as a V2 Dyson digital motor. There's also some fancy intelligence inside, which allows it to avoid objects and constantly build out maps in its head using the eye plus infrared sensors.
Heck, the unit is even smart enough to find its charger when power's running low. It's slated to ship first in Japan early next year, with the rest of the globe likely following suit soon after. There's no word on pricing yet, but have a look at the intro video for a better idea of what's in store for your floor.