Raybaby is the world's only non-contact health & sleep monitor. It can fit in the palm of your hand or wall-mounted or placed on a table top. The device itself is an adorable little thing that’s small enough to blend into your nursery’s décor.
Supported by Johnson & Johnson, and HAX as part of the Joint Consumer Health Device Program, Raybaby safely monitors vitals, breathing rates and sleeping habits all from a 'Smart Journal' app.
Let's examine this non-contact baby monitor Raybaby:
Design & Technology
At first glance, Raybaby looks like an ordinary baby monitor. It has a camera on top of it that detects the baby's movements and transmits what's going on to an app on the parent's phone. But what's special about the Raybaby is that it utilizes ultra-wideband radar technology, which works much like the ultrasound.
Within a range of 5 meters, it can detect the tiniest movement - less than a millimeter. So it's not a problem if your baby is wrapped up in a blanket and hard to see on camera. The device is smart enough to know if the movement is related to breathing or if it's just the baby kicking around.
"Keep it on the table, bookshelf, anywhere next to the baby," said Nair, who's now the CEO of Ray, the company behind the Raybaby. “It will constantly monitor your child’s breathing and sleeping even when asleep and keeps you alerted on your smartphone via our custom app.”
When paired with the app, Raybaby can give you valuable stats on your child's live respiratory rate. It offers a mapping of the different sleep states too. It also provides a weekly graph, which would be good information to have when you're visiting your pediatrician. The device also alerts you if there are any sudden changes, which could point to a fever or other illness.
Nair claims an accuracy of the device 98.3 percent.
So Why Get One?
The device is created for moms and dads to bring in that much-needed sanity in their lives with a custom made, user-friendly app. It also recommends you to improve the baby's sleep as well as yours.
Through a technology that works on the principles of ultrasound, it NOTIFIES you when the baby is running a fever. Recognizes warning signs and instantly send alerts. You could potentially use this same technology with senior citizens to detect the arrhythmia and the early signs of a heart attack, for example.
Missed the first ‘Word’ of your baby? Not anymore. Raybaby can build up a picture and video collage of your baby's most precious moments. So the next time family and friends come over, you can just show them the very first time she/he said, "Da-da" or “Mamma”.
So the key features of this innovative device are:
- Tracks respiratory rate
- Monitors sleep cycles
- Picks up even minutes variation
- Emergency alerts
- No radiation
- No lithium batteries
- Creates health journal for doctor visits
- Build collage of pictures & videos
- Discreet & Elegant
- Accuracy up to 98.3%
- Available in 3 colors
Now the company, Ray is ready to launch their Kickstarter to seek Fundings for the Raybaby. The final retail price will be $250, but if you manage to be one of the early backers, you can get one for $99. They hope to ship the device by September of this year and to be in retail stores too.
And the company has so much faith in their product that they are offering a 30-day money back guarantee. If you don’t think Raybaby is helping your baby or you, send them back within 30-days for a full refund. It’s that simple.