Worried about missing precious moments of your newborn's development while you're away at work? One start-up has a proposed solution.
Baby monitoring system Invidyo, which is looking to raise $60,000 on Kickstarter, combines face and emotion recognition technology with a mobile device, and records all the child's activity during the day.
The standout feature, though, is that Invidyo filters the important parts of the child's day, and condenses them into a two-minute summary that parents can view from their phones or desktop.
"This system is not really about frightening the parents, but it is about not losing those precious memories and capturing moments," co-founder Ozgur Deniz Onur told CNBC.com.
Invidyo also has an auto-lullaby player, temperature and humidity monitors, air quality monitors, night vision and two-way communication. The system alerts parents when their child is crying, a stranger enters the house, or during emergencies.