This Low-Tech Device Makes It Easier for Consumers to Feed Their Pets

By: Katherine Pendrill - Sep 28, 2015
References: catfi & engadget
'Zillians' recently launched a low-tech device that consumers can use to feed their pets. Earlier this year, Zillians released a smart cat feeder that features a built-in facial recognition camera. Since then, the company has released a more low-tech option for consumers that need a simple pet-feeding solution.

The 'CatFi Box' is a low-tech device made entirely from cardboard. Consumers can assemble the device themselves after downloading the instructions from the CatFi website. Once the cardboard feeder is assembled, users must add the CatFi app to their phone. The phone is then inserted into the feeder so that it can transmit feeding activity to the cloud. The low-tech gadget thus provides a simple way for consumers to track their pet's feeding habits.

The CatFi Box is a great alternative for pet owners who are not interesting in purchasing high-tech feeders.