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Sparkup Reader Lets Your Read to Your Child… Even When You’re Not There

by Hazel Chua
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You can’t always be there to read your child a story, especially if you work the night shift sometimes. But that’s no reason to miss story time with your kids.

Sparkup Reader can help you still be there to read the story aloud for your tots, even though you might not be physically there. How? By recording your voice.

Sparkup Reader

You could use a conventional recorder, but you won’t be able to work out the timing of your child as he or she flips through the pages. The Sparkup Reader is smart in the sense that it has a built-in camera that snaps and saves an image of the book that it’s attached to. This allows it to recognize the book and play the clips that were recorded for it. Not only that, but it recognizes the page, too, so it doesn’t matter if your child skips a few pages or starts reading the book somewhere in the middle.

The Sparkup Reader has enough memory to store 250 minutes of audio – or about 50 typical storybooks. It retails for $50(USD).

[via Gizmag]

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