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To enable such results, the team used sensors and computer vision algorithms that detect a special gaze.Because many Japanese children are not able to have pets, she came up with the idea of a virtual pet which the child could care for and watch grow.After researching the target market of young girls, she came up with the idea of making it a small, egg-shaped device that was easily pocketable, but which required attention to grow and thrive.On-board cameras sense when others look at the user while computer vision determines interest, “building upon our own intuition.” If Ripple feels someone is attracted to the wearer, it uses its tentacles to give a ripple-like effect.“If the attraction is mutual then it’s tentacles will move in reaction to their gaze, amplifying the language of seduction between the two people”, explain the designers.If aliens ever visit the earth, they will no doubt puzzle over many of the things that we do.One of the things that they might struggle to understand is the Tamagotchi, a virtual digital pet that was popular with the pre-teen set in the 1990s.Once the wearer returns the flirtatious look, the gadget sends a tap on the chest.During the “staring contest”, Ripple will keep sending feedback, nudging you to make a move.By knowing the half-life of C-14 and estimating how many C-14 atoms the organism contained before it died, we can calculate the age of an object or creature at time of death.Radio-carbon dating can only be effectively used on materials which once formed part of a living organism, which means that materials such as stone and metal can’t usually be directly dated in this way.