CES 2019: Babeyes is a wearable video camera for your baby
Iyaz Akhtar here at CES.
We're at Tech West and right now we're gonna take a look at the Babyeyes wearable camera for babies.
Now I know that sounds a bit nuts but this is it right here.
I'll take it out the box.
You can see it's shaped like a little teddy bear.
That's got multiple notes.
It can record it by pressing the button or you can have it record with a motion activation.
Once [UNKNOWN] a motion it will record it.
Keep [UNKNOWN] the box, you can actually clip this [UNKNOWN] whatever you want but here's the thing, there's no bluetooth or Wi-Fi for this.
[UNKNOWN] back data to a device like a computer or an iPad because you don't want these radio waves around your baby, do you?
It actually require you To sync it with a cable.
That might seem [INAUDIBLE].
But that seems a lot more secure than having your data flying around.
especially from the point of view from your baby.
When it's glued, the camera is in standby.
You can hit the button again and it's red.
The red light means it's recording.
Ill put that on standby again.
If I hold down this side, it'll activate the motion sensing.
[INAUDIBLE] Just like that.
If I move my hand in front of it, it should turn red.
There it goes, it's recording right now.
Now there is a sticker on the back, you could just stick this on to your kid's clothes if you want.
And like I said there is a clip, that you could attach to a high chair, a crib anywhere from the perspective of a baby.
I'll be honest the first time I heard about Babeyes, this is a crazy idea then, I talked to the people behind it.
It makes a lot more sense to me now.
This will be on the baby like for the first birthday party or maybe when you bring him back from the hospital.
That way you get all these videos of people seeing the baby for the first time.
All these memories you would get from the perspective of a baby.
The idea of how people look at babies, this is how they look at themselves.
Adult, adult, baby.
They just totally change, and you would get that with Baby Eyes.
After you've uploaded your video to a computer you'll be able to use Baby Eyes' app to do facial recognition of people, if you want.
You don't have to do that.
The app actually analyzes all the videos and looks for faces, and if a video doesn't have a face it gets cut out.
Here you're seeing how to do facial recognition, typing in who this person is.
There's dad, there's mom.
That also means as it's being tracked later on in the future, your kid can go back in this app and go, let me see what I looked like when I was one month old just with my dad.
Which is kind of neat.
You can see the terror in your dad's face.
Baby eyes shoots 720 peak video and costs around 140 bucks.
It's available for pre-order right now and it will deliver in january.
This has been the "Baby Eye's Camera."
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