Remote-Controlled Bulldog Could Be Bio-Hack Of The Year
Using a hotdog, string and a robot, a man tried to remotely guide the walking direction of his English Bulldog. Let’s just say this silly contraption mostly worked!
William Osman of Ventura, CA built the robot from scratch and attached it to his dog Barkley who was a willing (and hungry) test subject.
The result of course is a hilarious proof of concept that worked… sometimes. If only that harness stayed steady. This is a problem for action cams as well so William might want to study that for his 2.0 design.
Press play to watch the video below (via Tastefully Offensive)