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DateDate: 9-01-2020, 07:50

The Japanese have created a special vest that can measure the heart rate of dogs
January 8, 2020, 17:40
Author:
• Zinchenko Pavel
Dog owners often feel a special emotional connection with their furry friends, but the new vest offers the owners an accurate understanding of what their pet is thinking. CNET reports that the Japanese company Langualess has created an Inupathy clip that measures the dog’s heart rate. It was demonstrated this week at the CES 2020 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, with a launch in the United States scheduled for late this year.
The vest analyzes the heart rate and predicts the emotional state of the animal, displaying it in color on the vest. The data was obtained thanks to tests on real dogs - animals were given a treat and measured heart rate. The vest transfers data to an application that allows owners to track their dog’s emotional state over time. If the vest shows blue light, the animal is relaxed. Red light shows excitement.
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A study conducted last year showed that people can “read” the dog’s emotions, but the ability to recognize them is acquired with age and experience. Researchers invited 89 adult participants and 77 children to participate in the experiment. They were given photographs of dogs, chimpanzees and people, and asked to evaluate how the characters in the pictures show happiness, sadness, anger or fear. The experiment showed that older people were better able to recognize dog emotions.






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