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Heartography lets Mittens snap photos when she gets excited

In what has to be the weirdest report from Nikon’s camp in a while, Nikon Asia is showing off Heartography, a device created in conjunction with Nikon that uses a conductive elastic band, bluetooth and a heart rate monitor to turn pooches into photographers.

The device works by a user first setting a baseline heart rate when the dog is resting, and when the dog gets excited and their heart rate spikes, a bluetooth signal is sent to a smart case holding a Nikon Coolpix L31, which uses a microcontroller and servo arm to grab the signal and depress the shutter.

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