It’s nice to see inspiring products appear on Kickstarter, especially when those products are meant to make our lives easier and stress free. Even though it’s for infants, allb (pronounced all-bee) is a refreshing take on wearables that wants to utilize the power of the cloud to assist in child care.
creating a profile of health
Similar to other wearables, allb is a multi-sensor device that clips to a baby’s pants or diaper. It monitors the baby’s temperature, resting position, sleep quality, and breathing during sleep. Using their app, you can easily view this information in real time so that you know how your baby is doing, or review the data over time to detect patterns.
It’s made of medical-grade silicon, a non-toxic material, and flexible enough to avoid inhibiting your baby’s movement.
big data means early detection
By utilizing the cloud, parents can compare their baby’s data to the average data of other users. That kind of information is great to have when deciding on any kind of preventative care. In addition to pooling all of this information, you’ll be able to receive notifications when your baby deviates too far from its normal pattern of rest or behavior.
allb fosters community
Another interesting feature of the app is that you can share access with other members of your family. This gives them the opportunity to check in and see how things are going, or monitor things for you in case you’re unable to do so yourself.
This feature adds a huge amount of utility to an already wonderful device. No matter who your baby is with, family, friends, baby-sitters, anyone can keep an eye on them to make sure everything nothing is out of the ordinary.
Head on over to their Kickstarter page to find out more about allb, they only have a few days left!