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.
“Photographers often take pictures of things that touch them emotionally,” Nikon said. “We wanted to help dogs do the same.”
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.
The company believes that this photography system gives us an insight into a dog’s life.
“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.
Check out the things that made Grizzler excited.
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