The Mimo Baby Monitor includes onesies stuffed with sensors, a docking station and a smartphone app
Edison-enabled smart milk bottle warmer as featured in Intel's CES 2014 keynote
Mimo Baby Monitor's smartphone app interface
The lilypad station also doubles as a charger
Edison-enabled smart coffee mugs, as featured in Intel's CES 2014 keynote
The smart turtle resting on the lilypad station after job well done
The Mimo Baby Monitor puts anxious parents at ease by providing them with a constant stream of data about their little sweetheart. The sensors embedded in an infant bodysuite, called the Kimono, monitor the baby’s respiration. The data is passed on to a small turtle-shaped gizmo, nested in the Kimono, which in turn measures skin temperature, body position and the activity pattern. All this information is then relayed via low-power bluetooth to a Wi-Fi enabled docking station so that parents can access all the details via their smartphones.
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