For anyone who has ever gazed enviously at a dog or a cat wishing that they might have a tail of their own to wag as they please. Well believe it or not, there is now an answer to your prayers.
A Japanese inventor has created the Tailly – a strap on tail for humans that wags when the wearer becomes excited.
The Tailly is fitted with sensors that monitor the wearer’s pulse rate, so the faster the heart beats, the more it wags. When you calm down it swings more slowly.
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The Tailly has been designed to wag when the wearer becomes excited
Japanese inventor Shota Ishiwatari developed the unusual fluffy tail, which links to the user’s heart rate
Shota Ishiwatari, who designed the bizarre gadget, is hoping the Tailly will become the must-have accessory for 2013.
He said: ‘Tailly is fun to wear to parties, while out with friends or playing with kids,’ he said.
‘You could even wear Tailly on a date and express your true feelings through the wagging tail.
‘Even better, your partner could also wear one, to add a level of subconscious communication between the two of you.’
The Tailly comes in a range of colors to suit every occasion
Some of the electronics that go into the Tailly which enable it to wag when the wearer gets excited
Inventor Shota Ishiwatari hopes the Tailly will be on sale internationally this year
Attribution: Mail Online