High Tech Infant Bodysuit Claims To Help You Read Your Baby's Mind
Mar 06, 2012 15:49
Parents of newborn infants can relate to the stresses caused by trying to figure out what their crying baby wants. But thanks to the new Exmobaby sensor suit, you no longer have to second guess yourself.
According to the official website, this high-tech onesie is outfitted with non-contact ECG sensors that will monitor the infant's heart rate, skin temperature, and movement. The data is then transmitted via an attached ZigBee device to a nearby Windows PC for logging, and will also automatically send text/email alerts in real-time to help monitor the baby's stats change. If this kicks off, we can only hope that the consumer model will include social media integration as well.
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