But the new Exmobaby sensor suit just might. The Exmobaby is a onesie outfitted with non-contact ECG sensors that monitors the infant's heart rate, skin temperature, and movement, and then transmits the data via an attached ZigBee device to a nearby.
The £93 system, called ExmoBaby and developed in America, uses the same threads to pick up the baby’s pulse and breathing rate. Judy Reith, from parent coaching firm Parenting People, said: ‘This will take away from parents something which should be.
From the department of the inevitable: the Exmobaby wireless, biosensor baby onesie . It's washable, rechargeable and transmits information up to 100 feet. Soon, very soon, you can monitor your baby's ECG, skin temperature, and movement, and have .
To their great credit, Kate Middleton and Prince William appear to be relatively down-to-earth for people who live in a castle. Still, there is no denying that their baby will grow up with the world at its little fingertips. So what do you get the.
baby products, including a digital diaper that allows doctors — and, eventually, worried parents — to track possible urinary tract infections, kidney dysfunctions and dehydration; the Exmobaby , a onesie with a wireless biosensor; and the Baby Mop, a.