There is a Facebook site dedicated to the images taken by an orang-utan called Nonja. She has an extremely easy cam (a newbie cam) that flashes a benefit every single time she pushes the button.
She is fairly the digital photographer. If an orang-utan can take some good photos, so can any person.
They have cams that can be placed to headgears or bike handles. I think they can be adjusted to be installed on a lot of things.
My idea is to mount among these cams to my canine’s collar. He has some intriguing perspectives on points and it would certainly be fun to see his sight.
They have special harnesses to mount video pet cameras on dolphins. I think it is an armed forces suggestion yet it influences me to think of the quantity of information we can receive from a dolphin in the wild.
Visualize if we can see, via the lens, what pets believe. It would certainly be intriguing to enjoy video footage from a pet cat’s eye view.
It would certainly be interesting to spy on the feline as she reveals her real nature.
Another interesting view would certainly be from the horse’s consider as he is made to take a dive. I would certainly not like to need to jump the elevations my horse appears to delight in. I would certainly like to see the dive as he sees it.
They state equines see everyone as huge as they are themselves. It is an embarassment they do not yet have an electronic pet cameras that permits us to see what our family pets see, in their very own words, so to speak.
In the meantime, I hope they publish more pictures drawn from an animal’s viewpoint. They are interesting to see.