We all know that there is nothing better than the arms of the mother or the father so that a baby stops crying. With this in mind, scientists from Kyushu University created Suima, a crib that automatically rocks the baby and soothes it.
The crib has a microphone that, upon detecting the baby's crying, begins to sway from one side to the other, automatically, every 1.8 seconds, that is, as fast as the heartbeat of an adult, making with baby calm down and go back to sleep. For now, the robotic crib is only marketed in Japan and for about 4 thousand euros.
You can also rent it for about 80 euros per month. Something expensive, don't you think? I think it is too expensive and with an effect that can never be equaled to the warmth and affection of the parents' arms, and which is also free.
It seems to me a comfortable idea for parents, especially for those who for some reason cannot take care of their baby immediately. However, I believe that the most sensible and advisable thing for parents is, whenever possible, to hold their baby and hold him or her for a few minutes. A crib, no matter how spectacular, does not identify the cries of a baby. Not always a baby cries because he has just woken up. Crying is their way of communicating. You may feel hungry, colicky, or have a fever, or feel upset about something. In this case, I think the best thing is for mom and dad to pay attention to it. Vilma Medina. Editor of our site
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