Parenting & Childcare

Japan's wearable tech help read your dog's mind

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even though it looks a little weird looking but id love to know what my dogs are thinking, all the time. I'd buy!
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Wanna read your dog's feelings? Watch his tail and his facial expression. Why do people wanna have technology as the high priest standing between us and the natural world for crying out loud.
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After months of the media creating untrue narrative about what Trump said or did not say, mean or did not mean, of course there will be fears. It's just sad that the media still isn't acting up. It's time for the republicans to regulate the media.
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Yes, this dog is more important than the Dakota Access Pipeline on Native land. I guess small groups of people rioting against Trump is more important too.
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STOP cheer leading the mob. The problem is not Trumps top solve. Law and Order on the streets of LA is the job of the Mayor of LA and/or the Calif National Guard. No doubt at the core of these nationwide coordinated mob actions you will find the same cadre of professional mercenary leaders as the Democratic party was hiring to interfere with Trump political rally's.
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People need to chill... If the Republican party wants to win an election ever again after Trump's presidency they will have to put a leash on him. he won't be able to do all the horrible things he said he would do trust me. If they had to put a leash on his twitter account they will do the same for his presidency.
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Suddenly they care about the"young people?" The very same young people that they worked against to nominate Clinton over Sander? They keep showing their hypocrisy.
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First of all, let me be the first to call the fact that George Soros is the person behind the protest across the country that Trump won the election. If you need convincing, please go to GOOGLE and in the search box enter"George Soros Funded."
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Joji Yamaguchi, CEO of Inupathy, was inspired by his Corgi, Akane, who was a nervous puppy. To better understand the dog's anxiety, the biologist developed Inupathy to monitor his heart rate.
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Gotta say this is awesome if we can do this!
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You know where they are going with this next. It will be reading our minds, it will probably even having the dog reading our minds.
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Perhaps the best indication of the boom in this industry was the introduction of Tokyo's first Wearable Tech Expo in 2015 -- at launch, it was the largest wearable tech fair in the world with 103 exhibitors.

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I wonder if this really works. Sometimes I think my pup is upset with me when I focus on my gold fish. I would love to know for sure.
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If you are close enough to your dog you don't need this invention. I think it's pretty easy to tell what kind of mood a dog is in. But this is cool nonetheless.
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If the technology existed to read your pet’s mind, would you want to? Your dog’s whines and whimpers may seem like your animal’s adorable display of affection to you now, but who knows? Maybe it’s all dog code for, “Hey guys, check out this idiot, talking to dogs and stuff.

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We are getting very close to the technology that will merge us with machines. This is a big step in that direction.
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Aww wow just like the speaking dog collar in the movie Up !
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This technology can be really useful in helping rescue dogs. Traumatized dogs may react differently and understanding them may help in their rehabilitation.
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When they make this for kids I am going to be the first person to buy it. I always look at my babies and wonder what are they thinking.
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Aww wow just like the speaking dog collar in the movie Up !
That's just what I was thinking!
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