Dogs Match Music Notes Perfectly

Two awesome Asian dogs match music notes perfectly.

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+2 1. Benassi-MBeon commented 10 years ago

Imagine when they are fully trained :O
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+2 2. elchupacabra commented 10 years ago

Absolutely amazing. They can also play by reading notes: :O
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+17 3. HRSDK commented 10 years ago

Sorry to say this, but it seems a lot like she is guiding the dogs with her head where to put their paws.
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+5 4. Dmitry commented 10 years ago

What's truly amazing is that the dogs didn't howl.
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+5 5. MrYodo commented 10 years ago

#3 Yar, sometimes the dogs make the sound before/at the same time as she is doing it... But its cool anyways :D
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+5 6. archis commented 10 years ago

#3, #5
I think they just stick to the algorythm.
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0 7. hafa commented 10 years ago

they are like, enough of these boring keys, give me some Mozart symphony notes to play with
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0 8. dariodexter commented 10 years ago

#3 still, she cant pin point the exact note from that distace just with her head..notes are not that big :D
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+2 9. HRSDK commented 10 years ago

#8, in fact she can! Dogs are amazing at reading body language. It's known as the "Clever Hans" effect.

I saw a program once, with a dog where the owner said that the dog could do math. True, when the owner was around the dog gave the right answers but when the owner no longer was the one to ask the questions the dog could no longer give the right answer to any math problem.

If you could have a poker player with dogs amazing ability to read body language, you would have one unbeatable poker player!
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-4 10. cyberdevil commented 10 years ago

Nobody saying anything about skill level: Asian yet? :D
Pretty cool.
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0 11. kevlar commented 10 years ago

We humans need to change the way we perceive nature and animals...truly amazing
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+1 12. wongraven commented 10 years ago

Eh, they ARE matching the tone, it seems to be real and this is bloody amazing, if we can communicate with them through music, then soon we have a language !!
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+1 13. fjwjr commented 10 years ago

What the hell? Give them a damn treat!
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-3 14. Judge-Jake commented 10 years ago

I'd like to see the video of when they played a bum note!
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0 15. Skillerns commented 10 years ago

#3 well no, i don't think so, she is just signed wich och of the dog that should make the tone, think for a few second, you really think she can guide them with her head? aren't the notes a little bit to close to know wich one she means?
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0 16. cretia commented 10 years ago

1:32 finally the treats!!
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0 17. HRSDK commented 10 years ago

@Skillerns, read about the "Clever Hans" effect! And you can even see in the video that the dogs some times are too early with their paws, and of course she can guide them with her head.
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0 18. morbidutz commented 10 years ago

nice... but the white dog was ahead a few times which means it was trained before