If you've ever wondered what your pet's getting up to when you're not around, the Pet's Eye View Camera may prove an attractive proposition.
The little USB still camera attaches to your pet's collar and can automatically take pictures at intervals of 1, 5 or 15 minutes. The camera can hold a total of 40 shots at a 640x480-pixel resolution. Unfortunately, it doesn't automatically upload pictures via Wi-Fi to an online account like Flickr, so you can only check out the pictures after the damage has been done.
This isn't the first such device we've seen -- it's awfully reminiscent of Mr Lee's CatCam. There's also the Zoombak Pet Locator -- a GPS unit that you can strap to your dog's collar. The system alerts you by text message and email when your pet leaves a designated 'safe area', and gives you the location your pooch has bounded into, all in real-time.
The Pet's Eye View camera is available on I Want One of Those for £40.