Does your camera have a function called “pet shooting mode”? This function automatically recognizes your pets’ faces so that you can easily record their daily lives.
Today, our blogger Mr. J conducts a fun and interesting experiment using this “pet shooting mode” on his camera.
As you can see, this is a web image of a dog with Mr. J.
He wonders if this 2-D dog can be recognized by his camera as a “pet”?
Wow! Pet shooting mode correctly recognizes the dog face on the website.
What a smart function!
The pet shooting mode was developed to take photos of normal pets such as dogs and cats.
But, how about other animals? Mr. J heads to Ueno Zoo.
Here comes a panda bear! It’s very blurry, but the camera recognizes it as a pet!
(I’m not sure if it’s can be called a “pet”, though ^^;)
The next one is an elephant.
It is recognized as a pet, even from the back and even if it’s too big to really be a pet!
The next target is the monkey on the branch.
Let’s try another function called “face recognition mode” (for people) first.
Hmm. It doesn’t work (*_*)
The camera knows that monkeys are not human beings. How smart!
But the “pet shooting mode” works! Hooray!!
Wow! The polar bear is also recognized as a pet 😀
And giraffes too!
The only animal that the camera didn’t recognize as a pet was a penguin.
The pet shooting mode works even for a shoebill, but not for penguins.
A sheep is of course pet for the camera.
However, once Mr. J jumps into the same frame, the camera recognizes HIM as a pet!
That’s weird. Let’s try one more time.
The same result…
By the way, why doesn’t his face appear in the exact center of blue frame !?
Source: Daily Portal Z
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