Pet owners who are always looking out for their animals now have a fun new toy to play with. It’s been given the name Purple, and it gives you the ability to connect with, treat, and watch your puppy even when you can’t be there.
We all adore our dogs. But let’s face it, the hurried style of living today makes it tough to spend a lot of time with them as we might like to. Purple is a venture that is being funded that offers an experimental solution to the entertaining of pets. It is made up of a station that serves as the location of both a TreatHouse and a BirdHouse. Both are easily able to slide on top of one another.
The treehouse, as its name suggests, gives you the ability to remotely treat or reward your pet. Simply pressing a button on the device will cause it to release your dog’s favourite snack after the corresponding app has been activated. There is also a function called the scheduled treat that takes care of this for you.
The BirdHouse is perhaps one of the most intriguing components of the overall system. This makes it possible for you to play with your pet when you are at work, in the car, or out for the evening. Using the app, you are able to operate Bird, which is a ball that is tough, waterproof, chew proof, stair proof, connected to WiFi, and has a camera already integrated. You can buy it as a canary, woodpecker, snowy owl, or calimero. It was made to appeal to a pet’s natural desire to chase flying birds.
Just give it a quick spin around the room, and your dog will be too preoccupied to worry about its owner’s disappearance. You even have the option to get notified whenever your dog nudges the ball and expresses interest in playing. Or you can simply turn on auto-play mode, and Bird will continue to keep children entertained and happy even without your intervention.
Simply rolling the bird back inside the BirdHouse when it becomes exhausted or runs out of juice is all that is required. When the battery, which has a capacity of 3,000 mAh, begins to run low, you will receive a notification. A top-up that lasts for ninety minutes can give you an additional two hours of use.
Communication in both directions is the very final component of the system. In conjunction with the camera that is located in Bird, the TreatHouse also has a camera that has night vision and a resolution of 1080p HD. It is positioned directly next to the microphone that is able to determine whether or not your dog is making noise by barking. If you talk into the companion mobile application, the loudspeaker in the TreatHouse will transmit your voice, which will assist in soothing the animals down. The other choices are to let Bird do its own thing, broadcast pre-recorded comments when the device detects barking sounds, or throw out even a treat.
Pupple is currently up on Kickstarter with a target that once appeared to be somewhat ambitious: $100,000. Although it was mainly developed for canines, it is equally suitable for use with feline companions. Your name will be added to the list to be one of the first to receive the product if you make a pledge of $165. The company has already saved up enough money to start making things, and the deadline is in only 16 days.