4. Baby monitors then


In the 1970s, parents had to keep tiptoeing around the sleeping baby or pray the hinges won’t squeak when they open doors or windows. In-wall home intercom systems then doubled as baby monitors to no avail.

Baby monitors now

M6 by iBaby

This is called the M6 by iBaby. It has a 720p camera with night vision and lets you monitor your baby via your iPhone as it sends pictures every time it detects motion in your baby. It also comes equipped with a sensor to monitor the climate of the baby’s room and plays lullabies as well.