No More Woof Dog Speech Translator

Feb 6, 2014

Category: Tech

Have you ever heard your dog bark a few times and thought, “Hey, that really sounded like Fido was discussing the complex moral structure involved with Breaking Bad!”? OK, probably not. But the larger point here is he might’ve been opining on the plight of Walter White—you just can’t tell. But the makers of No More Woof say they’re onto something, and that something is translating a dog’s thought patterns into human speech.

This doggie headset uses micro computing and electroencephalogram (EEG) technology to analyze your pooch’s ponderings and vocalize them via the built-in loudspeaker. No More Woof is still a work in progress, but the Scandinavian crew behind the project say so far they’ve been able to accurately recognize dog thoughts like “I’m tired”, “I’m excited” and possibly “I’m Hungry.” Surely “Nice ass, mind if I smell it?” can’t be far behind it. [Purchase]

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