If you thought the portable ultrasound device was exciting, take note: An industrial designer has created the concept for a belly band-like attachment that would allow parents to see their child's growth and development throughout pregnancy. Think around-the-clock window into your body. Aptly named PreVue, the device apparently "skin images the baby and then places this image onto a stretchable electronic textile that can grow as the mother does. At every stage of the baby's growth, the parents can see its reaction to stimuli, see it kick, spin, smile and evolve in front of their eyes."
It's no surprise the concept took an Australian Design Award, but the ability to constantly watch your baby's growth during development is mind-boggling for about a billion reasons. Should you have access to the Prevue would you strap it on, or would you prefer to keep up the mystery of pregnancy?