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Like many other products for an Internet of Things at home, Mother and its Motion Cookies are controlled with various app functions, but they present data in an illustrated storybook format on your tablet screen. What else would you expect from a mom?
The Cookies can be attached to toothbrushes, cups, doors, pill bottles, fridge doors, and nearly everything else. They can detect motion and temperature, and continuously ping the Mother unit, so you know if they are in or out of your home.
They have batteries that last about a year, and a range comparable to home Wi-Fi.
They can report on the temperature of a child's room, whether you're walking enough every day, or when someone tampers with your stuff.
It all depends where and how you deploy the sensors, which use a 915-MHz radio link in North America. It's up to you to decide if you need a sensor on your toothbrush.
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