Forget those scans at the doctor’s! If you want a glimpse of your beautiful little child even before he/she slides out mommy dearest, designer Melody Shiue has the answer. Call it PreVue, a detachable and super comfy video scanner that’s literally a window into the womb. It might still be a concept, but take it from us, when the PreVue or a future variant based on its design arrives, it’s gonna rock a lot of people’s worlds.
The PreVue’s video technology is made possible by an elastic circuit board (since this is a concept, full specifications are anyone’s guess) and additional layers of protective film.
Here’s a good chunk of flattering text from a reliable source:
The product represents design excellence and certainly deserves an Australian Design Award as it paves way for fetal-maternal bonding in order to keep the mothers in an optimistic state of mind. Establishing early bonding essentially sustains the maternal relationship post-birth and helps delivering a healthy child. The father also gets an opportunity to watch the current activity of his child and participate in the process of bonding. The fetus will be able to recognize the mother’s voice by the 18th week. Studies reveal that when mothers sing a specific song throughout pregnancy, they can use the same tune to appease a crying baby. This means, adaptive learning starts effectively in uterus, so mothers can stimulate a mild extent of education to the fetus via music and gently tapping over the belly and watch the responsive expressions as well as reflexes of the fetus through a contextual screen.
Don’t epxect the PreVue to be released any time soon. If it ever does, we’re spilling the beans on it first.
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