Nikon turns your dog into an urb-ex photoblogger with its new heartbeat sensor.
Humans love photos of dogs because dogs are the best. They look like they are always enjoying themselves, they don't talk too much, and they do lots of silly things. But what if your dog could take photos of other dogs for you? Now, there's Heartography.
Nikon has created a device that you strap to the front of your dog. When your pooch sees something that makes them happy (usually food or other dogs), Heartography snaps a photo. In the promotional video, we see a border collie named Grizzler running around off leash, getting excited and taking photos as he narrates his journey to becoming a "phodographer."
Come to think of it, I don't think that's really Grizzler's voice.
Learn all about Heartography on Nikon's website.