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Babies' Cries Find Technological Comfort

Babies' Cries Find Technological Comfort

Jan 31, 2003-- Why do babies cry? Pedro Monagas claims to have the answer in Castellar del Valles, Spain. What started as a way to understand his son's crying, is now "Why Cry" (selling in Spain for 95 Euros) -- a calculator-size device that has a microprocessor that can decipher the broad meaning of a baby's cry with 87 percent accuracy. The gadget listens to a crying baby, considers and calculates for 20 seconds or so, then illuminates one of five icons, each corresponding to a distinct physiological or emotional state: hungry, sleepy, uncomfortable, stressed or simply bored. (1247 reads)


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