Fido, a model of a No More Woof prototype (NSID)
A gadget purporting to translate dogs’brainwaves into a recognizable human language could hit stores in the near future, U.S. media reported Thursday.
The gadget uses sensors to detect EEG brainwave patterns and translates them into English through a speaker, CNet said.
A Scandinavian research lab, Nordic Society for Invention and Discovery, currently released two versions of the device, priced at $65 and $300. respectively.
The $65 version comes with a function to determine two or three thought patterns and the other version is equipped with two sensors detecting more thought patterns.
NSID’s “No More Woof” project is seeking to raise funds on Indiegogo for mass production.
By Sung Jin-woo, Intern reporter