The Doodle Toy Monitor's a Child's Health and Wellness Through Play

By: Laura McQuarrie - Apr 24, 2015
References: hula-balu & psfk
One of the biggest challenges of caring for a child is being perceptive enough to take note of when a young one is unable to understand and vocalize problems on their own—the Doodle toy aims to give parents some relief in this area.

Doodle takes the form of a stuffed animal that contains sensors for tracking a child's body temperature, heart rate, sleeping patterns and stress. This data is transmitted to a stationary monitor, which sends out this info to mobile apps. With a built-in camera, microphone and temperature sensor, the bunny-shaped monitor also takes part in recording data and alerting parents if any of a child's vital signs seem amiss. The idea is that parents would be able to take the Doodle app with them to the doctor's office to supply more information on what might be wrong.

Doubling as a toy for children and a tool for medical professionals and parents, Doodle makes sure that kids are always happy and healthy.