Owlet smart sock transmits a child's heart rate, oxygen levels, skin temperature, sleep quality and sleep position to a parent’s smartphone. It uses four tiny sensors to monitor heart rate and oxygen levels. The gadget will also send data anonymously back to the company, which plans to assemble a database to help spot problems and warn parents about them as early as possble.
via dailymail / By Monica on Wed Sep 4 2013
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