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The Babeyes camera, which debuted at CES, is a smart HD camera that you can attach to your baby's clothing to record up to 2 hour long videos from your baby's perspective.
"Parents will finally be able to use the Babeyes secure cloud as their baby's digital memory," the website touts.
By looking at the camera, you would never know it's a camera. It looks like one of those cute/creepy stickers people think look cute on kids, for some reason.
It's a small bear with a bow, only a few inches long. One of the bear's eyes is closed, the other is wide open because this is where the lens of the camera is located.
Babeyes is pushing the camera as a way for your child to be able to remember the first 3 years of their life.
"How did my mother look at me?"
"What was the emotion of my father when he saw me for the first time?"
"With what tenderness did my grandparents welcome me?"
These are among the questions the website asks. The marketing, understandably, may make you a little less creeped out about the concept of forging memories for your child.
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It works through its' motion detecting sensors and automatic recording. It also comes with night vision. When the memory stick is full, you can transfer the video to your computer via a USB.
You can order one for $139 now; it comes with 1 year of free storage. The first batch is set to ship this month.