To see the world through a dog's eyes
This isn't really news, but I thought it was interesting. It's a little Japanese camera you can put on your dog in case you think he or she is getting up to no good when you're not around.
It would be cool to train your dog to go on little espionage missions. There's also potential for new forms of canine fine art. Catfights gone wild?
Have you ever wondered where your dog goes and what he sees? Wonder what he gets up to in the house when you aren’t home? Have you ever been suspicious of some possible trouble he is getting into (maybe the neighbor’s garbage can) but you never caught him?
Well wonder no more with this nifty pet camera. See the world through your pet’s eye and enjoy the view! The camera is a very small and attaches to the dog’s collar. You can set the timer for specific intervals, or use the remote and snap at will. The camera has 8 MB of internal memory, enough for 90 photos. It comes with the collar clip, remote, USB cord and rechargeable battery. $79 at Japanese Trend Shop.