The moment I heard of this next device, I could not help thinking of this other side of old cartoons. Looks like a sound engineer John Reed has been working on a way of translating into reality the squeaks of dolphins.
They say that, the knowledge used to decode the dolphin is the similar user that the technology we use to decipher the Egyptian hieroglyphs. In all honesty, I did not know we had the technology for this purpose.
The dolphin translator, called Cyma scope, has created a strange. Use a bucket of water with a video camera, along with sand, bronze plaques, and a violin bow. When singing the dolphin, the entry is recorded and analyzed the syntax of common patterns.