Unveiled at the South by Southwest Conference & festivals in Austin, Texas last month, the device comes in the form of a bra in which we can integrate a bottle of milk and thus simulate the front of the men.
This device is a concentration of technology since it also generates heat to simulate that of the mother's body and allow the baby to sleep peacefully in his father's arms. It can also vibrate to induce sleep and has sensors that will track the baby's behavior while breastfeeding. The data will then be exported to a smartphone and can be viewed from an app.
The device was designed from a real front side of women and each front side has a specific function. A first front side will be used to house the milk reservoir and the other will be fitted with a silicone to allow the baby to drink.
Moms can also sleep longer because this task is now shared between the two parents, ”explains the Dentsu company. The device is likely to make a lot of talk among people. While some may see it as a smart accessory to better balance the care of a baby in a couple, others will see it as an artificial device that distorts the beauty of breastfeeding and the relationship that unites a mother to her child.
This surprising innovation aims to restore equality between men and women. “By focusing on breastfeeding, we seek to reduce the burden on mothers and increase the amount of sleep for babies by allowing fathers to breastfeed.
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