The best way to monitor a baby, most parents will tell you, is with your eyes and ears.Does the baby seem to need something? Okay. Go get that thing for the baby. Is the baby safe and calm? Excellent. Good monitoring, everyone.The fact that babies have an extraordinarily effective built-in parental notification system (wailing loudly) has not quelled the market for high-tech baby monitors. If anything, the availability of cheap sensors—plus the appetite for anything wifi-connected and smartphone-controlled—has made this segment of the Baby Industrial Complex take off in recent years.But who needs the latest ready-to-buy device when you can build your own sensor network using NASA’s volcano-tracking technology?
Now You Can Use NASA’s Volcano-Tracking Technology to Monitor Your Baby