Which is nice, because these onesies are pretty rad. In addition to being adorable, Mimo's tracker-turtle is tricked out with a version of Intel's Edison chip. Together the Lilypad and tracker-turtle monitors babies' movements, respiration, position, and skin temperature. This data is sent via blue-tooth to parents' smartphones using a handy app that includes a function allowing parents to listen in with the turtle in real time. Parents can sleep better and keep their babies' safer with this information as things like baby-stealth-stomach-roll moves (stomach sleeping is associated Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) can be detected without a midnight slog to the baby's room.
In addition to being functional, this high-tech, kimono-style baby ensemble looks pretty cool. It's at once snuggly and cutting-edge – thanks to what looks like a turtle headed down a leafy green slip-and-slide. This arboreal turtle slide is actually a soft, cloth-like stripe that runs across the onesie to help collect baby data. The Mimo onesies are made from soft organic cotton, and the Lilypad sensors are sewn in around the hip. The entire unit is a feat of techy cool and infant cute.