Sure, your baby is adorable. But you would agree that your little one crying at night can get to you especially if you can’t figure out what could possibly be wrong, right?
When you’ve already changed her diaper and gave her milk and still the little one keeps on wailing, it can be frustrating.
Experienced mother or not, getting help with understanding a baby’s whimper all of sudden in the middle of the night through a handy gadget is a welcome help from the many responsibilities of taking care of your baby. Sure a baby monitor is great but it cannot interpret a baby’s cry so this “Why Cry Baby Analyzer” could be another innovative tool that can make things easier for you and the your baby.
So, what does the Why Cry Baby Analyzer do?
This baby- (mommy, daddy, neo-natal staff, or babysitter) friendly gadget does 3 things:
Here’s how it works
The Why Cry gadget has a microphone, an LCD window, a thermometer, and a humidity sensor all in a very handy, box type of gadget. The baby’s cries will be picked up through the microphone and will be processed digitally. Results of the processed signals will then be displayed on the monitor in a maximum of 20 seconds.
The monitor will display 5 of the states that your baby could be in that triggered the crying. It would tell you if your baby is sleepy, hungry, stressed, bored, or annoyed. From these states, your baby’s cries are also analyzed by its power (how high the baby’s wails are), the frequencies and intervals, and the relationship of the cries to an established pattern set in the gadget. With all these information in hand, you would be able to spring into action in accordance to your baby’s needs.
The Why Cry Baby Analyzer is tested and verified to be released to the international market. How reliable it is may still be dependent on your own judgment as a parent. No matter how certified any baby gadget is said to be, the last say will always come from you. It is one thing that you have a gadget that can send an alarm that your baby is crying and it sure is another when that signal comes with an interpretation.