Japanese scientists have learned to remotely control the movement of a dog

Japanese scientists from Tohoku University have found a way to remotely control the behavior of a dog away from the owner. For this, they developed a special light-emitting vest.

At first glance, it looks somewhat intricate. In fact, on an ordinary dog ​​vest, several lights are attached, which light up and shine in a certain direction at the command of a remote operator. The animal moves, guided by points of light, just like a person walks along a map.

Based on the results obtained, in the future, it is possible to simulate an algorithm for the behavior of a dog when helping people in areas of natural disasters. The vest is equipped with a remote observation camera that allows you to assess the situation and correct the movement of the animal through the rubble.