Ninety percent of the photos on my phone are of my dog, and I'm sure that every other dog parent out there is exactly like me, but have you ever wondered what kind of pictures your dog would take if it could?
Thanks to Nikon, you don't have to wonder anymore because they're aiming to let dogs show to their owners what their interests are and specifically what excites them the most by monitoring their heart rate and snapping a picture whenever it goes up.
The dog is equipped with a heart rate monitor wrapped around its neck and a camera on its chest attached by a harness, and the two devices are able to communicate with each other through Bluetooth.
As soon as the dog's heart rate goes up, the camera immediately takes a picture. Although it is still unknown if dog owners will have the ability to buy this system.