Developing a FitBit for Babies - Recruiting Pregnant Women and New Moms

Just like a FitBit tracks steps, we are developing a wearable sensor that can track the day-to-day activities of infants --like their sleep and mood, or interactions with their caregivers. We will use our wearable to study how infants' daily activities contribute to their development and their caregivers' well-being. We are recruiting pregnant women and moms with infants 1-9 months of age to participate in our new studies!


Current Studies:

  • 90-Minute Home Visit
    • Typical home interactions (playing, feeding) while wearing "wearables"
    • Assessment of your baby's early personality traits
  • 24-72 Hour Home Recording Session
    • A 30-minute training vist at your home
    • "Wearables" worn by you and your baby as you go about your daily activities
    • Answering daily survey questions on your phone


For more information please call or text us at (470) 344-6490, or email us at


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