Kickbee Tummy Tweeter – Dads Receive Instant Messages during Fetal Kicks

With utter delight you have posted the foremost sonography photos on Facebook for letting all your near and dear ones know of your pregnancy. Guess what? Tweeting from the uterus is another exciting thing that your unborn baby could do. You might be wondering how this is possible.

Expectant mothers could don a specially crafted belt dubbed ‘the Kickbee’ around their tummy area. It is basically a twittering fetal movement monitoring device that would set off a signal to iPhones of ‘Papas-to-Be’ or Twitter keeping all concerned parties posted on the latest kick counts and brag ‘ i-kicked-Mommy’ . Is this sounding quite hi-tech for such a delicate, cherished moment or perhaps superfluous info for all of your pals, kin members and Facebook followers?

KickbeePerhaps, not all need to be hearing every kick your baby makes, however the brainchild behind this endearing innovation and a dad himself, Corey Menscher was not merely mulling over another means of micro-blogging or doing something different with tech.

Garnering inspiration from his pregnant better-half, the New York University Interactive Telecommunications Program grad was keen on helping to-be-dads in getting in on all the natural action which expectant mothers are feeling 24-by-7 during their gestational period.

In an ideal world, the instant a woman would sense fetal kicking, she would immediately seize her hubby’s hand, placing it over her tummy so he could feel the foremost motions of the unborn baby. However, in case the to-be-dad or the woman are at work or the dad-to-be is working outside the country or the woman is taking a trip across the country. In such scenarios, dads often miss out on these ‘unique’ experiences. Hence, Mensher wanted to develop a means of connecting the parent-to-be during gestational period even in situations wherein they could not be at kicking-distance of one another.

The Kickbee is a stretchable band affixed with vibrating sensor types encased in a soft-textured material. The micro-controller present in this one-of-a-kind-device captures the fetal motions that transmit the signs via wireless means to a software program that examines the motions for determining whether it actually is a kick. One could then share the kick on Twitter or even text-messaging through Twitter.

Kickbee is just one of the several enthralling bigger projects being belted out by Menscher. ‘The Honeycomb’ intends on connecting parents that are faced with physical separation and absent in varied pregnancy stages.

Other projects in Menscher’s sleeve are ‘The Burbee’ – a burping fabric which is capable of transmitting the warmness of an infant to the father via a specially devised heater-affixed key down the chemise he is wearing. Check out the Bathbee that employs a rubbery-duck-receiver in the little one’s bathtub for transmitting the scents of infant oils to a kid’s luncheon box transformed air-freshener.

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