Project Nursery’s Next Gen Baby Monitor

A baby monitor is not just a handy gadget to have when planning for your baby’s safety but also an essential tool to help you keep an eye on your infant while moving around the house. Project Nursery offers parents the perfect device to look after your child, albeit it comes with a hefty price tag.

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With the ease of a video monitor that is connected with an app and a base station screen, that can be placed at an optimal view point in the house, the new Project Nursery Baby Monitor system is years ahead of its fellow competitors.

Created in partnership with Voxx Technologies, the system includes a base unit with a high definition screen of 5 inches, a camera unit and a 1.5 inch mini monitor. The USP of their system, the mini monitor can be strapped onto your wrist just like a watch, so you can now go about doing other tasks around the house without having to constantly check in on your baby. While the portable monitor is on the bulkier side and the display resolution is only 800×650, the portable hands-free nature of it cancels out everything else. The mini monitor also has a timer, digital clock and a room thermometer that can be accessed at just a touch of a button.

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Additionally, the system has a sensor that picks up a baby’s cries and automatically plays soothing sounds, selecting from options like a rainforest, white noise, the ocean and others. You can also record lullabies and pre-set it to play when the baby is agitated. If you prefer to talk to your baby, you may do so through the two-way audio system in the monitor. An inbuilt motion alert sensor helps you keep track of your little one’s movements while you are on the go. The camera also allows you to take photographs of your baby, ensuring that you capture every moment and never miss anything.

The system has a minimalistic and simple user interface for quick on-the-go use. It looks sleek and stylish with a stark white finish.

There are however, a few downsides to the Project Nursery Video Baby Monitor System. While the mini monitor has a wireless capability, it has a radius restriction of 800 feet, meaning remote viewing is not an option. Priced at $300, this system is certainly not cheap, however the array of features does make it a worthwhile investment.

Picture courtesy – projectnursery.com and kids-n-cribs.com


by techtalks @TechTalks September 14, 2016 5:56 AM UTC

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