Attention animal lovers – now your dogs will be able to photograph everything they love. How, you ask? Nikon has designed a smart camera that automatically takes pictures when a dog’s heart rate increases. So every time your canine pal gets excited, the monitor sends a signal to the camera via Bluetooth and snaps a photo. A dog named Grizzler was the first dog to try the smart ‘heartography’ camera system. 

 

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Photographers often take pictures of things that touch them emotionally,” Nikon said. “We wanted to help dogs do the same.” 

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Photos are taken via a camera attached to the dog’s chest with a harness and a special collar which monitors the pet’s heart rate.

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The company believes that this photography system gives us an insight into a dog’s life.

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With a device developed to turn emotions into photographs, see how they managed to capture how one dog perceives the world by using his heart rate as a trigger for the camera,” the company said. 

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Check out the things that made Grizzler excited.

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Birds eating…

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People looking for food…

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