Meet the world's first dog photographer! Strapped with the new “Heartography” heart monitor and photo camera system to his chest, Grizzler was able to capture just what excited him, which admittedly seemed like everything.
So how does it work? A heart monitor is worn around the dog's neck while the camera is strapped to its chest. The devices communicate using Bluetooth, so when the dog's heart rate goes up, the monitor sends a signal to the camera, which then snaps a picture of what got the dog so excited or afraid.
While it hasn't been confirmed if this will be sold to the public, it's still an amazing invention and offers some insight into what makes man's best friend tick.
Get more info on Nikon's website!
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