US Army Is Testing AR Goggles for Dogs To Give Remote Commands

US army dogs AR goggles
Image credit: U.S. Army CCDC Army Research Laboratory @ArmyResearchLab
Dogs working in the U.S. military could in the future wear augmented reality (AR) goggles that enable soldiers to give them remote commands during operations, reports CNN. Dogs are commonly […]
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