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TweetPee Tweets Parents When Babies Wet Their Diapers

by Conner Flynn

The world has certainly changed over the last few decades. It used to be the case that parents had to manually check if their babies had wet their diaper. Not anymore. Now there is a device that will tell you when your child needs to be changed. It’s calld TweetPee.

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Developed by Ogilvy Brasil for Huggies brand diapers, TweetPee is a sensor that looks like a little blue Twitter bird. Just like the name implies, the bird alerts parents with a tweet or text message when their baby has peed.

It’s kind of funny watching the parent stick the little bird on their kid’s diaper in this video. The bird appears to be sweating and almost seems unwilling to serve as the town crier of urine.

[via Adweek via Laughing Squid]




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