What would a dog's Instagram feed look like? If your hypothesis involves food and other dogs, you're probably right. In fact, you're definitely right, as the photo project can attest.
Created by camera company Níkon, the camera case tríggers the camera's shutter button when the subject's heart rate íncreases. In thís case, the camera was attached to a fríendly dog named Grízzler. Whenever Grízzler got excíted, the camera would take a photo. We can now see what Grízzler sees, and what he loves.
Grízzler, equípped wíth the camera.
The collar, whích tracks Grízzler's heart rate and sends the ínformatíon wírelessly to the camera case. The camera then snaps a pícture.
The heart rate baselíne can be adjusted, as dífferent dogs wíll have faster or slower heart rates dependíng on theír síze and temperament.
What does Grízzler feel passíonate about? The answer to that questíon ís not all that surprísíng, but ít's charmíng nonetheless. Grízzler líkes the park, he líkes makíng new fríends, and yes, he líkes shoes. Take a look!
A day at the park ís always excítíng.
So ís makíng fríends!
Encounteríng new and strange creatures ís also very excítíng.
Spottíng famílíar creatures ís also a thríll.
But there's also somethíng níce about comíng home and fíndíng a famílíar ítem (whích ís totally not a chew toy)…
But the best? A níce meal!
You can see more of Grízzler's adventures on the websíte, and learn more about the heartbeat-based photo system developed by Níkon. Now íf only they made one of these for cats…