It’s tough to know, whether a toddler is hot or cold, as those little angels cannot always express their feelings. However, it. would be helpful if parents could be quickly informed if their small child is too hot or cold, especially if they are traveling. Hoko is a smart, portable comfort monitor that should enable exactly that. One side of Hoko is a small, circular device containing a microprocessor, along with temperature and humidity sensors, that gets placed inside a child’s clothing. That side of the product is attached to a piece of soft fabric with a cute doll on the other side that serves as Hoko’s interface.
The clever part is how it tells you what’s up. LEDs inside Hoko’s body glow with color-coded signals. Red means too hot, blue too cold. Yellow is for too much humidity, green means the battery is dying (it uses a button cell that lasts for around 80 hours), and white means everything is okay.
If you want a Hoko for your little toddler, then, head over to their Kickstarter campaign and pledge $55 or more to nab this baby in time for the holidays.
[ Via : Brit ]