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If this future crib ever gets mass produced, in other words, it will be because of popular demand. Until that time, try a rocking bassinet and a white-noise machine. And try to get yourself some sleep.
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It's a phenomenon that many parents know well. The infant who just won't go to sleep at night, in a warm, cozy haven of slumber, will nod off in the car as if the subject of a master hypnotist. It doesn't matter that the engine's rumbling, bumps and potholes rattling the chassis, horns blaring outside ... baby's fast asleep. This fact can sometimes motivate desperate 3 a.m. car laps around the block, but Ford has a better idea: a baby bed that mimics the feeling, sound and light of riding in a car.
Ford isn't the first company to think of turning the sleep-inducing car ride into an actual baby product. Fisher Price had a similar idea with its Cruisin' Motion Soother, and there has also been at least one device built to secure to a crib and provide car ride-like vibrations. Ford's design is a more complete system, though, and even includes an app.
The app ensures that baby's experience remains uniform from family car to cradle. Parents record the sound and movement of the actual family car. With this data, the Max Motor Dreams recreates the specific motion and sound, instead of just a generic sound/vibration pattern.
"While a quick drive in the family car can work wonders in getting baby off to sleep, the poor old parents still have to be awake and alert at the wheel," says Alejandro López Bravo, a designer at Espada y Santa Cruz, the Spanish creative studio that designed the Max Motor Dreams. "The Max Motor Dreams could make the everyday lives of a lot of people a little bit better."
One of the most successful parenting hacks to help sooth the baby to sleep is to take baby for a car ride. This is also one of the most dangerous hacks because it puts a number of overly fatigued drivers on the road. 041b061a72