“Why Cry” Baby Translator Analyzes Crying
Deciphering the cries of our infants (specifically at 3am when the world is a sleepy fog) would solve so many of our problems, or at least get everyone back to sleep sooner. Wouldn’t it be nice for something to just tell you what the problem is? Check out Why Cry, it finds patterns to the screaming madness so you don’t have to…
It looks like an alarm clock, but really this little gizmo analyzes the patterns in your baby’s cries to help you be more informed. It measures not only the cries coming from your little one at 3am, or 4am, 5am, or maybe all of the above, but it also records times, temperatures and humidity in the child’s living space. Sometimes it isn’t a dirty diaper or being hungry, but the physical conditions of the environment they’re in. But Why Cry just needs 20 seconds and it can give you the skinny on the crying at hand.
Although we wish there would have been actual words instead of these cute little faces, the monitor claims to tell you the difference between the sounds of a cry is stressed, sleepy, annoyed, bored or hungry (plus a few more). You can pick one up from Think Geek for $99.99.
Would you consider using one for those sleepless nights? What about to help out a new baby sitter? Share your thoughts on this high price nursery technology below…
(Image: Think Geek)
Originally posted by Ohdeedoh/Sarah Rae Trover