CES 2014: Intel's Smart Onesie

VIDEO: Smart Onesies Monitor Your Babys Breathing

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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