Bow-Lingual, The Dog Translator Available In The US

Posted: Oct 13 2003, 11:54pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:45am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips

 

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Bow-Lingual, The Dog Translator Available in the US
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We reported about the japanese craze of electronic cat and dog translators in July. Takaras Bow Lingual sold back then already over 300,000 times in Japan.

Sharper Image picked up the dog translator and sells it for $99.99 in the USA.

Bow-Lingual, The Dog Translator was developed by Dr. Norio Kogure, a PhD in veterinary medicine at Tokyo's Kogue Animal Hospital. Working with leading scientists at the Japan Acoustic Laboratory, Dr. Kogure recorded hundreds of breeds and analyzed thousands of voice (bark) prints. Their intensive observations and analysis led them to categorize canine communication into six emotions — Happy, Sad, Frustrated, Needy, Angry and Assertive — and to create the first Animal Emotion Analysis System (AEAS), which is the sophisticated technology behind Bow-Lingual. More on the Bow Lingual at SharperImage.com.

Bow-Lingual, The Dog Translator is definitly the ideal Gift for a Gadget Freak who owns a dog.






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