A baby monitor for the truly tech savvy, Nanit uses machine learning to provide sleep insights, including comprehensive sleep reports that promise to measure a baby s behavior as she sleeps, all without the need for any sort of wearable component.
It s all thanks to computer vision technology, which the company says helps create benchmarks, count sleep interruptions, and contextualize milestones in individual sleep environments.
This ought to show parents not only whether or not their baby is asleep, but provide information on the quality of rest as well.
When I had my son four years ago, I really wanted to understand his behavior, make sure he was safe and healthy, and be the best parent to him that I could.
You ll be able to check out actionable sleeping insights, event-triggered video summaries, behavioral analysis, and parenting tips, as well as observe a heat map demonstrating where your baby moved in the crib.
Nanit says it will begin shipping its camera in the U.S. in September, and you can currently pre-order the next-generation baby monitor for the discounted price of $279 the retail price will be $349 .