AR enabled Dogs 

AR Goggles (want to know what is AR ) trial to be started on the dogs by US Army . AR Augmented Reality that is when a person wears Augmented Reality goggles and watches a flower the total information about the flower will be available on the goggle screen , actually the AR and MR are both the part of XR . The AR goggles were also made in 2011 by google called google glasses which got flopped by not having that good visibility and also over priced according to that time ,but now the time has changed and tech has evolved  a lot and with this there are various AR goggles in labs like NASA (for making study on anatomy) and many technically well equipped areas . And now they are also being tested on dogs, moving on to the detailed experiment they are going to conduct is that the goggles will help the dogs more perfectly that it will guide the dog more accurate how to and where to move which will make the dog easily sense the object as they can easily recognize the smell accurately and by this goggle they will get a accurate guide to move direction to them , and it is also stated by the scientists of the labs that a kind of laser signals will show the accurate direction to the dog and will also help the dog to find at which specific place the object is being buried inside the ground .

The Goggles are just a prototype for now are being developed by Command Sight , a seattle-based private company . The prototype goggles are wired, but future versions will be wireless. According to a report from Stars and Stripes, the goggles’ command system works by simulating what a dog would see when following instructions via a laser pointer.

“Augmented reality works differently for dogs than for humans,” Army Research Laboratory senior scientist Stephen Lee said in a blog post. “AR will be used to provide dogs with commands and cues; it’s not for the dog to interact with it like a human does. This new technology offers us a critical tool to better communicate with military working dogs.”

The founder and CEO of Command Sight, A. J. Peper, said the work was in its early development but “extremely promising.”

“Much of the research to date has been conducted with my rottweiler, Mater,” said Peper. “His ability to generalize from other training to working through the AR goggles has been incredible. We still have a way to go from a basic science and development perspective before it will be ready for the wear and tear our military dogs will place on the units.”


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