Online playroom (06 Oct 2005)
The research crib has a flat screen which, via a wireless internet connection, provides video conferencing to a screen in relatives' homes. The relatives also have a rattle and a toy lorry, which, when shaken or pushed, moves the corresponding toy in the crib.
"We've had to set it up to allow the parents to control incoming calls because obviously grandparents on different time zones could inadvertently call in and wake the baby during the night or when he or she is having a nap."
Article URL: http://technology.guardian.co.uk/innovations/story/0,16539,1585373,00.html
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