This mama cat gives her kitten a little extra love.
The Yahoo! Accessibility Lab created a fun project this year which gives a guide dog the ability to photograph her perspective of the world. Pecan is the guide dog for Lucy Greco, who runs the accessibility center for UC Berkeley.
The project started at the CSUN conference earlier this year. This is the biggest conference for assistive technology and education. Pecan became the star of the show as everyone wanted to see the budding photographer.
Pecan, Lucy, and the Yahoo! Accessibility Lab recently visited the Ed Roberts Campus in Berkeley. This center, conveniently attached to a BART station, provides a synergistic environment for organizations that improve the lives of the disabled. Enjoy the photographs as Pecan guides Lucy around this impressive center.
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A Twitter Stream for your Pet
Wouldn’t it be great if your pets had their own Twitter account and let their pals know what they are up to?
Mattel’s Puppy Tweets hooks to your pet’s collar and periodically sends tweets based on their activity. Everyone will know if your pooch is chasing squirrels or sleeping on the couch while you are away.
Give Your Pet a Camera
If you’re dog is more of the Flickr type, you can get him a personal camera.
The Pet’s Eye View Camera takes photos throughout the day and stores them for you to download when you get home. Imagine the excitement of seeing food dishes, the couch, and Animal Planet on the television.
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