London – A playful set of digitally connected tools helps people to be good parents.
BleepBleeps is a series of eight devices, linked to a mobile app, that guide you through different stages of parenting. First to be released is the Tony Tempa ear thermometer, which has an LED display that shows results and sends them to the BleepBleeps app, which then tracks temperature and offers advice.
The range also features a spherical ovulation tester, a cube-shaped Master Bates male sperm count test, a disc-like ultrasound scanner that enables you to see your unborn child on your phone, a David Camera video baby monitor that lets parents watch their children remotely, a buggy alarm that alerts parents when their child’s stroller has moved, a GPS device in the shape of a droplet and a GPS bracelet that lets parents track their child’s location.
BleepBleeps provides instructions on how to make and connect the devices yourself using a 3D printer.
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