Parents no longer have to be confined to the house to monitor their young children. The BabyPing kit, due February 2012, includes a digital camera with 640X840 resolution and Wi-Fi connectivity. Parents can pull up video of their babies on their iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch. Alerts let parents know if their Wi-Fi connection is dropped or if they move out of range of the signal. Video monitoring is possible even in the dark, thanks to BabyPing’s infrared night vision.
The NextStepIP System is another baby monitor system that allows parents to pull up live video on their smartphones and computers. The monitor system includes pan and tilt controls, so parents can survey the entire nursery and catch all the action. Its night vision illuminates the sleeping child for the camera without disturbing the baby’s sleep. With a one-time purchase of an app on an Apple or Android phone, parents have two-way audio communication with the monitor transmitter.
As baby monitoring technology advances in the twenty-first century, parents will be happy to be able to keep a watchful eye over their babies even in today’s busy world.
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