Baby Jumpsuit Reports Nighttime Activity Levels To Anxious Parents
New piece of wearable technology that could reduce the number of nocturnal infant deaths.
There appear to be very few limits where the “quantified self” movement can go, especially if this piece of baby monitoring equipment designed to give parents peace of mind is anything to go by.
Mimo is a connected onesie that monitors a baby’s sleep and feeds the information back to parents using an integrated smartphone app.
For some it may seem like technology gone too far, but it could address the very real problem of 4,000 infants who die suddenly every year in the US, often with no obvious cause. Many of these deaths occur during sleep, so Mimo alleviates any fears parents might have by letting them know everything is alright, and setting off an alarm when things are not.