Stephen Cooper, a PhD student in Biomedical Engineering at the University of Florida, decided to take a CD spindle and an ioBridge, a smart board that requires very little skill and will set up an online interface page for you. Ninety minutes later he came up with a way to feed his pup Cooper remotely from his iPhone. Stephen explains on his site how you can make a similar gadget. We guess that his dog was happy once he got the hang of it, but we bet he would rather have had the 90 minutes with his best friend.
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Fans of Mr. P will be pleased to know that there is a Doglamp to accompany him. Made of metal and plastic, the pup’s head can be adjusted vertically for reading or general lighting. The lamp can be dimmed in low, medium, or bright by giving him a pat on the head. At a size of 30 x 43.3 x 43.8cm and a weight of 1.5k, it uses a maximum of a 40W bulb (one clear one included.) The Doglamp also comes with a UK plug and has a price of 99.90€ (~$140.00.)
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