The Japanese have learned to determine the mood of dogs

Inupathy is the name of a smart dog harness that is slated for release later this year. Thanks to her, the owner will be able to know more about how his pet is feeling.

So the heart monitor can suppress unnecessary noises and scan the heart rate, thus monitoring the reaction to food, games, people and toys. The device responds to a change in the state of the dog by changing the color of the six LED lights. In particular, blue corresponds to a calm state, red to excitement, and rainbow to true canine happiness.

Inupathy came from biologist Georgie Yamaguchi, who was inspired by his nervous puppy Akane. To understand the cause of the pet's anxiety, Yamaguchi developed a heart rate monitor.

“I always felt that I could not truly understand Akane and be closer to him, ” says Yamaguchi. - Buddhism and the ancient religion of the Japanese claim that all life on earth, animals, plants and even stones have a spirit. It is hard to realize that you cannot solve the problems that prevent them from living normally. "