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Or is this the most elaborate prank ever staged? Nevertheless, if dog barks are eventually mistranslated by this sort of "novelty science" a word ST actually uses to describe its own research , who'll be any the wiser? Will you back the project? No More Woof straps an electro-encephalograph EEG reader to your canine buddy's noggin, and a tiny Raspberry Pi computer translates the electric activity in its little squirrel-obsessed brain into English, with Mandarin, French and Spanish coming soon. No More Woof shows the particular perils of trying to crowdfund neurotech gadgets. I can understand your scepticism -- it's something directly out of a Pixar movie -- but however barking mad the idea, it's a genuine prototype product, developed by reputable scientists in Scandinavia , who are asking for your money on crowdfunding site Indiegogo. Similarly, a form of brain stimulation called tDCS uses scalp electrodes to send a tiny bit of current into the brain.

And because everybody wants Jedi powers. According to Brooklyn-based startup OpenBCIthe transition from cool idea to practical gadget is where many neurotech campaigns founder.

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It's developed by the Nordic Society for Invention and Discovery, a group of hipsterish Scandie boffins who've tested the device on their own pets. Communicate via barks and growls in the comments below, or over on our mind-reading Facebook page. It's a canine-sized headset that consists of EEG recorders connected to a small Raspberry Pi computer and a loudspeaker, supposedly allowing "ionic current flows" in a dog's brain to be translated into human speech. But cofounder Conor Russomanno says they were successful in delivering their products because they were selling something realistic: A tool for tinkerers, not a gadget that promises the customer a complete experience. But hey, the first computer was pretty crappy too. That said, we believe that within a few years the technologies we are working with will revolutionize our relation to pets and animals. According to a disclaimer on the Indiegogo page: "Yes, we HAVE achieved some results, but we are very far from a mass-producable product. Will you back the project? Nevertheless, if dog barks are eventually mistranslated by this sort of "novelty science" a word ST actually uses to describe its own research , who'll be any the wiser? While crowdfunding failures have become a sadly routine part of Internet culture, NSID distinguished itself by abysmal communication with its backers. No More Woof straps an electro-encephalograph EEG reader to your canine buddy's noggin, and a tiny Raspberry Pi computer translates the electric activity in its little squirrel-obsessed brain into English, with Mandarin, French and Spanish coming soon. No More Woof shows the particular perils of trying to crowdfund neurotech gadgets. He explained in an email that his work on No More Woof was derailed by both the economic realities of manufacturing and difficulties in attaching the headset to dogs. They stress you'll be buying a prototype, not a finished product, and your money will be used to develop it further.

She also said that NSID shifted attention to other projects and basically forgot that it had promised to build a canine mind-reader. The similar Kokoon headphones are a year overdue.

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They promised to deliver by May Will you back the project? According to the backers I spoke with, that was the last communication they received until last week.

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They stress you'll be buying a prototype, not a finished product, and your money will be used to develop it further. Will you back the project? The only hold-up and it's a big one is that this project is being offered for crowdfunding while still at the concept stage, and all investment will be kept even if the funding target isn't met. No More Woof shows the particular perils of trying to crowdfund neurotech gadgets. Publications around the world went wild for this idea. Would you buy this for your furry friend if it became a proper retail product? Similarly, a form of brain stimulation called tDCS uses scalp electrodes to send a tiny bit of current into the brain. But hey, the first computer was pretty crappy too. The startup has done two Kickstarter campaigns launched in and , both of which had about a 6-month delay in shipping.

It's a canine-sized headset that consists of EEG recorders connected to a small Raspberry Pi computer and a loudspeaker, supposedly allowing "ionic current flows" in a dog's brain to be translated into human speech.

Kickstarter backers have been waiting for more than two years for Auroraa headband that uses EEG to monitor sleep patterns and light cues to encourage lucid dreaming.

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It's a device that goes by the name of No More Woof, which admittedly sounds like it does horrible things to dogs' vocal cords, but which actually promises something very different. The similar Kokoon headphones are a year overdue. They stress you'll be buying a prototype, not a finished product, and your money will be used to develop it further. Other crowdfunded neurotech products have raised the ire of their backers with years-long delays while they struggle to get their products working and to figure out mass production. It's a canine-sized headset that consists of EEG recorders connected to a small Raspberry Pi computer and a loudspeaker, supposedly allowing "ionic current flows" in a dog's brain to be translated into human speech. Kickstarter backers have been waiting for more than two years for Aurora , a headband that uses EEG to monitor sleep patterns and light cues to encourage lucid dreaming. And human abilities to use consumer-style brain gear correctly will vary as well. That said, we believe that within a few years the technologies we are working with will revolutionize our relation to pets and animals. As months and then years ticked by, it posted zero updates to its Indiegogo page—until last week, when I contacted the company. It can recognise states of thought, such as hunger, and then play a phrase such as, "I'm hungry!

Or is this the most elaborate prank ever staged? Nevertheless, if dog barks are eventually mistranslated by this sort of "novelty science" a word ST actually uses to describe its own researchwho'll be any the wiser?

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But hey, the first computer was pretty crappy too.

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