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Last Dala .. A Turkish farmer gives virtual reality glasses to his cows to improve milk production

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A Turkish farmer gives his cows virtual reality glasses, which they think live in summer pastures, after hearing about a study that confirms that interesting scenes make the cows happier and produce more milk. The sun According to the British Daily Mail website, his experiment yielded some positive results, increasing milk production from 22 liters to 27 liters per day.

Iset Kokak, a farmer and farmer from Aksare, Turkey, talked about the sights of cows.

The newspaper noted that headsets and virtual glasses for cows were first tested by veterinarians on a farm in Moscow, and that farmers worked with developers, veterinarians and consultants at the Krasnoyarsk Farm near Moscow to replace livestock. Imitation of a summer field through virtual glasses.

A study of cows wearing virtual glasses revealed that it “reduced anxiety and improved the general emotional state of the animal”, according to the Moscow Ministry of Agriculture and Food..

Virtual glasses For IT professionals, the color palette in the program has been modified to make it more suitable for the unique look of animals by taking human virtual reality glasses according to the specifics of the animal’s head..

Cows do not have color blindness but can see red or green, and can only see pale shades of yellow and blue.

He not only provided virtual reality glasses for the cows, but also played classical music to soothe 180 animals, and plans to buy ten more headphones.


Cow wearing virtual glasses

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