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Dog Translator Allows Pets to Communicate

Have you ever wondered what your dog was thinking? Their thoughts could be just pure nonsense or they could be trying to tell us how to achieve the next great thing in human history, and thanks to a group of Scandinavian inventors we could be able to communicate with man’s best friend in no time.

The project, titled “No More Woof,” is basically a headset for your dog which will then translate brain waves into simple phrases such as “I’m hungry” or “I want to play.” So you may not be able to carry on a conversation with your dog, but it’s still pretty cool. The device will be on sale in April 2014 for about $600.

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