nbodykat April 14,2015 I liked this demonstration. What a cool idea. My cats would have taken off the jacket too or just fallen over on their side and refused to move until it was taken off. It's no surprise people are still using WEP and open WiFi spots. People still use admin and password and don't change it when setting up their routers. You have to respect the dedication it took to continue working on the technology until he had a solution for the War Kitteh. That took a lot of time and patience to keep at it until he had a solution that worked.
DPerryat April 24,2015 Definitely enjoyed watching this. Makes me want to get back to trolling and actually enjoying some harmless fun. Also - as said above^ very scary seeing the unsecured hotspots that exist today. I'd say that's just ignorance. WARKITTEH!!!!
mariawhit8at April 29,2015 I love learning anything about technology...but I have to admit this guy really made it enjoyable, funny and it's obvious he's very smart. Warkitteh...too funny. I wish had as much time as this guy did working on this project.
jczarnyat May 04,2015 Best part of this video = learning that 15% of the world's Internet traffic is dedicated to Cats. Very funny video that makes you consider the fun things we can do with our pets. I wasn't aware of Arduino technology, and that was also interesting to learn about.
marinomsat May 05,2015 I think the concept of deploying animals in this fashion is very cool!! The steps of problem solving and learning of a new field i feel were very motivational almost. This guy came up with something that has been done by humans today. I do not think (till now) animals would have been thought to Wifi sniff. I am still surprised that so many were found unprotected.