World’s First ‘Phodographer’ Dog

The Nikon came up with new “Heartography” heart monitor and photo camera system, that let dogs show their owners what excites and interests them by snapping a photo from their point of view every time their heart rate goes up.

The heart rate monitor can be worn on a strap around the dog’s neck. The camera is worn on the dog’s chest with the help of a harness, and the two communicate with Bluetooth. When the dog’s heartrate goes up – which can be when he’s excited or afraid – the camera snaps a picture! It’s not yet clear if the system will be available for sale.

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The first “phodographer” to use Nikon’s new system was a dog named Grizzler, who stars in their promotional video. Take a look!

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