You Can Monitor Your Baby's Nighttime Activities With This Onesie
Sep 10, 2013 18:35
It's not easy to always pay attention to your new born all the time, but Mimo is a connected onesie that will monitor their sleep and feeds information back to parents using a smartphone app.
The app may seem very "helicopter-parent" like but could address the problem of SIDS - where thousands of babies die suddenly every year with no obvious cause. Many of these deaths also occur during sleep.
The onesie is available on a crowdfunding site and will cost $200 and comes in three organic cotton onesies that will act as respiration sensors. Also, a toy turtle clip that monitors movements and a Wi-Fi base station shaped like a lilly. It's also fully equipped with a microphone.
The app will collect information such as how many times your baby has rolled over in the night, the longest nap and other changes too.
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