We have three cats, Olive, Aphra and Ares. From time to time we also find we have dead or live mice and rats that the cats bring in. This doesn’t thrill me, but I must say at least the dead ones are easy to manage…
After telling a friend about this catcam: WebWorld of J.P: Project – CatCamera using VistaQuest VQ1005: [Via : This is True]
This time I thought about our cat who is the whole day out, returning sometimes hungry sometimes not, sometimes with traces of fights, sometimes he stay also the night out.
When he finally returns, I wonder where he was and what he did during his day. This brought me to the idea to equip the cat with a camera. The plan was to put a little camera around his neck which takes every few minutes a picture. After he is returning, the camera would show his day.
my friend responded with this: Flo Control:
This is Flo. Her job is testing our image recognition algorithms, although she might not be aware of this. She goes in and out of the house through a cat door (below).
She also has a habit of catching various animals, dragging them inside through the cat door, and letting them loose so they can be chased for hours. Very cruel. To put an end to this we have built a computer-controlled device that visually determines if Flo is carrying anything in her mouth when she enters, and if she does, it simply does not let her in.
Wonderful! I’d say that could be a marketable product. I’d love to buy one, especially after coming home yesterday to find a totally foreign cat sitting beside the bowl of cat biscuits in our kitchen. You’d think having two dogs around would be a deterrent (they were in their crate in the front room at the time). But apparently not.