Parents listen up!
Especially those parents of infants and toddlers. I've been there – I have 2 children of my own so I know the joys and challenges.
When a baby is crying and you're trying to sleep or do other activities, there is only so much soothing and jingling of keys that you can do.
You also don't want to plop your little one in front of a TV screen for hours upon end because singing dinosaurs and flying unicorns gets old after awhile too.
Enter a breath-of-fresh-air concept born out of the minds of technologists, Quiet Night.
Quiet Night is being positioned as an interactive music device that reduces night-time crying and helps develop your baby's brain.
The word interactive is the key here – there is a handle that mounts in your baby's crib that, when pulled, interacts with a mobile app and base station to play hundreds of soothing classical songs.
The connection between the app, the base station and the handle pulled by the baby work in such a way to “learn” your baby's taste and preference in music. The more pulls on the handle, the more that type of music is played. Ingenius.
I fully support the team behind the science, research and development of this product and look forward to seeing the product available for sale soon.
There is an Indiegogo campaign that runs through April 23, 2015. The team is working to raise $100,000 and have already raised over $30,000 (in only 2 days)!
If you have any questions about this product or campaign you can find more information at the following locations: