It’s not often that you hear about how easy parenting is. In fact, more often than not, it’s usually the other way around. Fortunately, in our era of modern technology, there’s a whole load of gear out there for you to to help. Cloudtot, Nanit, Neebo, Knit, and Owlett all claim to be the premier baby monitor, but it looks like there’s a new contender in the ring. While other baby monitors boast the latest in smart technology, Project Nursery brings it back to basics; and frankly, that’s what sets it apart.
While, not necessarily a massive step back in tech (it is 2017 after all), the Project Nursery HD Baby Monitor still provides a healthy number of features to entice the modern consumer. It comes equipped with a USB night vision camera that is able to generate its own 2.4 GHz wireless signal. Additionally, the monitor includes the Parent Unit, a 5 inch display. For additional monitoring, the monitor includes a 1.5 inch cube to be worn on the wrist for additional monitoring.
The Parent Unit allows you to control the direction of the camera, giving you the ability to reposition its angle like you’re some sort of dystopian overseer. To continue with the baby-1984 theme, you can also speak through the monitor as well. The device is actually very easy to use, and can be set up in just a few minutes. The battery life hovers around 16 hours before needing to be recharge. While this baby monitor doesn’t come with a ton of bells and whistles, it’s not really marketed to people who are looking for that sort of thing.