Kickbee: Baby’s First Twitter

Kickbee: Baby’s First Twitter
Scott Lachut, PSFK Labs
  • 12 december 2008

It seems it’s never too early to get your kids started on sharing their thoughts and emotions. Designer and expectant father Corey Menscher has created the Kickbee, a device worn by pregnant mothers that senses a baby’s movements inside the womb and transmits them onto digital networks.  Realizing that fathers don’t have the same intimate physical connection to their unborn children, Menscher wanted a means of experiencing greater awareness and believes that this technology can do just that.

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