If you’ve seen the movie “Up,” you would remember that there was this one talkative doggo. The doggo was wearing a collar and it translated its thoughts. Now, a startup company made a collar that would translate a dog’s barks as to what it is feeling.
– A startup company from South Korea called Petpuls invented a collar.
– This collar translates a dog’s barks into its current emotion.
– The collar has an 80 percent accuracy.
The startup company is from South Korea and is called Petpuls. They already created a smart collar that can identify five emotions of doggos. These emotions include anger, anxiety, happiness, relaxation, or sadness. They started selling the collars last year but it is currently out of stock because of manufacturing delays.
They used voice recognition technology to make this possible. They used more than ten thousand bark samples from 50 breeds of dogs. They even had four different sizes of doggos in their sample population. The collar reportedly has an 80 percent accuracy rate.
Aside from the translation, the collar also works as a tracker of your dog’s activities.
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