You may think that your pet is tired of food you keep serving them, but the truth is they just want to play with you.
How get to know what your pet really wants? Read Nexter.org for more details.
It’s promised we will have the opportunity to talk to animals within only 10 years with the help of various apps and special devices.
The same goes with cat’s translators, but with better results. Having collected date received from 25 kittens and several bird and mouse sounds, iTunes offers you a Human-to-Cat translator.
See Shane, a YouTuber, testing some of the “cat-translator” apps:
“Translate for Animals” app
Google launched an app that allows to translate animal “speech” into the human language. You just need to download the app from Google Play and press “to listen” button to record the sounds your animal make.
You can choose different animals: cat, dog, bird, rabbit, guinea pig, hamster, tortoise, horse, chicken, sheep, donkey, and pig.
See how it works:
Voice Recognition in Frogs
Frog is one of the most vocal animals ever known. Actually, male frogs use their voice to attract females and to defend their places of living from enemies.
With the data gathered by the student of University of Minnesota, it’s possible to build a voice recognition technology to identify frog sounds.
The figure of “jug-o-rum” call of the North American bullfrog:
You can click here to hear the sound.
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