Shota Ishiwatari, is the creator of “Tailly”, the furry tail for humans that senses your mood and wags accordingly.
This is how it works :
“Tailly” uses sensors on the inside of the belt to measure the user’s heart rate. Normally the tail hangs down, but when the user gets excited and their heart rate increases, the tail starts wagging, and when they calm down and their heart rate decreases, the tail swings slowly.
I’m not sure if this will ever catch on in the United States, but it surely has started to catch in Japan. There are also ears that move based on your mood as well. Rather strange, what do you think?
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