CES 2014: Intel's Smart Onesie

VIDEO: Smart Onesies Monitor Your Babys Breathing
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Babies get wearable technology too at this year's Consumer Electronics Show.

In the latest gadget from Intel, Edison and Rest Devices, tiny sensors the size of a baby's hand attach to a baby's onesie, letting parents know everything from breathing rates and pulse to temperature and the baby's body position.

The data is sent in real time to a smart phone, telling parents the baby's vital signs.

Parents can also have the information displayed on a coffee cup or a candle. If the baby's hungry, the onesie can send a signal to warm up that bottle.

Credit: Cecilia Vega

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