Inupathy claims to be world's first dog emotion visualizer

Any dog owner who has ever returned home to find that the family pet has turned an expensive throw pillow into confetti has wondered, “what was he thinking?” Now, they might be able to find out. Inupathy, an advanced dog harness created by Japanese inventor Joji Yamaguchi, is designed to monitor a canine's heart rate and then translate that data into recognizable feelings: happiness (a dazzling rainbow pattern), excitement (intense red) and relaxation (soothing blue).

When the dog is concentrating, the harness even flashes a white light.

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