A company in the US has built a collar that will help cats communicate their world domination plans better to their human caretakers.
The collar developed by the company, The Temptation Lab, has digital sensors to detect what a meow means. They are 3D printed and coated by the rubber lacquer for the comfort of the cats. It also has a set of LED light to indicate that the collar is active.
Owners can choose from a range of voices to have pre-recorded phrases spoken to them when the cat meows. The language processing has been developed by an English ad agency.
"An adult cat's meow is their way to communicate with humans, and by investing in this prototype device we can start to improve understanding between them both," said Oliver Down of Temptations to Stuff New Zealand.
The company claims that they are fascinated with cats and wanted to understand them better. So they analyzed a lot of meows to understand what cats are trying to say to us.
Now, temptations is a cat food company. So is it just an ad for their food or there is truly a technology which helps us finally unveil the mysteries of the cat world, we have to see. The prototypes have been launched in the US and New Zealand.