In what sounds like a "product of the future" idea, Peeko uses a onesie outfitted with two noncontact sensors to send breathing, skin temperature, and body positioning data to a WiFi base station, which then sends the data to parents' smartphones. The kimono-style, machine-washable garments are outfitted with heat-pressed sensors so data can be transmitted anytime the baby is dressed. Reminiscent of Exmobaby PJs we heard about two years ago but that never made it to market, the Peeko is on a six-month plan and hopes to release its groundbreaking monitor by next Spring.
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