A new device called Suzy Snooze from technology company BleepBleeps is designed to help babies sleep with a combination of light and sound, according to Dezeen.
Parenting technology company BleepBleeps has designed a device that combines a baby monitor, sleep trainer and night light, all in the shape of a friendly face wearing a hat (+ slideshow).
The company partnered with website Mumsnet and neuroscience professor Colin Espie to create the bright orange Suzy Snooze, which helps babies and children find a sleep routine.
The device’s sleep sequence function uses patterns of light and sounds to induce sleep at bedtime. Throughout the night, it can emit a warm glow to help children stay calm, and at a time set by the parents, Suzy’s hat pops up to let children know it’s time to wake up.