Nature & Environment
Dog translator transforms barks into words
By T.K. Randall
July 21, 2009 · 20 comments
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A Japanese toymaker firm has produced what it is claiming to be a talking gadget that can recognise a dog's emotions by analysing the acoustics of its barks. The device is said to detect up to six emotions including sadness and joy.
The Bowlingual Voice, produced by Japanese toymaker Takara Tomy, is a talking gadget which analyses the acoustics of a dog's bark and translates the findings into human words."
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