The new TweetPee sensor by Brazil Huggies aims to let parents now when their child wets their diaper.
The sensor attaches to the baby's diaper and sends parents an alert via Twitter when it detects humidity. The sensor can even be programmed to remind parents how many diapers they have left before they need to go to the store.
This video advertisement is in Portuguese; no word yet on a U.S. version of the device.
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