Part of parenting is understanding that you can't always be there with your child. Whether you're dropping them off at daycare or just stepping out to prepare their food, you stand the chance of missing out on some important moments. However, the makers behind Invidyo have created a baby monitor that uses AI to help parents stay more connected to their kids and capture their most important moments.
Equipped with smile detection technology, Invidyo uses facial recognition to snap a photo every time your child smiles and automatically compiles the most special moments throughout the day into a 2-minute daily highlight clip that you can save automatically to a private album and share with others.
In addition to capturing your baby's smiles, Invidyo lets you label familiar faces and will send you notifications if an unrecognized individual enters its field of view. What's more, it can also send you alerts concerning noise, motion, unexpected temperature change, dangerous humidity levels, air quality, and smoke detection in your child's room. That way, you don't have to stay tethered to a live feed.
Invidyo also includes two-way communication via the app, allowing you to react to your child and communicate with any caretakers in the room. And, as an added backup, the monitor features a built-in battery as well as advanced night vision, so you can still keep tabs on your kid in the event of a power outage.
The Invidyo Baby Monitor normally retails for $259, but you can get it on sale today for $169 — that’s more than 30% off the usual price.
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