"Could it be the tummy? Maybe she's sleepy? Or is it the cold? Holy Gods, why is she crying?" Those who have (or have had) young children know these questions well: it can often be frustrating not to understand the cause of a newborn's crying. With QBear, parents can finally understand what their little ones need in real time.
This smart device just introduced to the CES2023 it is equipped with AI technology, and interprets the crying or cries of children by identifying the cause.
How is the "translator" for the newborn made?
Made of soft silicone and small in size, QBear can be easily placed next to the baby and offers accurate responses in just 10 seconds with 95% accuracy.
The device can recognize four basic needs: hunger, dirty or wet diaper, sleepiness and need for comfort. It can also sense your child's level of stress or discomfort, and react faster and more accurately accordingly. A real interpreter of the needs of a newborn, already ready for sale (I read from Press release on the company's official website).
QBear not only takes into consideration the needs of children, but also offers a number of features to calm them and improve their sleep quality.
It features a patented system that detects when the baby is tired and automatically starts the lullaby. Or a sound that "mimics" the noises inside a uterus (don't ask me how, but it was developed with the collaboration of doctors and scientists) to help it fall asleep.
In summary: an interesting device, which could get in the way of novice parents: for all the others, experience cannot be beaten.
By the way, what's this poo smell?