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Read and Wear: Smart Pajamas Can Read Your Kids a Bedtime Story

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Too tired to read your child a bedtime story? Then let his or her pajamas do the work. This’ll only work if they’ve got the Smart PJs on, because all other jammies are presumably dumb and don’t have the embedded visual codes that make these pajamas so special.

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The secret is all in the design. Or rather, on the secret dot codes integrated into the design on the pajamas. All parents have to do is download an app that’s compatible with both iOS and Android devices, and they’re good to go.

Smart PJs founder Juan Murdoch explained: “We purposely created Smart PJ’s with the scannable dot patterns all over them so that parents can help the child scan the stories on their backs where they can’t reach. We also put words to all the stories and animal information on the screen so that parents can turn off the volume and help the child learn to read the stories and words themselves.”

These interactive pajamas are available in four sizes for both little boys and girls and are currently priced at just $25(USD).

[via C|NET]



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