Startup from Novosibirsk Akademgorodok, Russia has developed a fundamentally new thermometer for children: TERMOSHA. The thermometer has a broad plate made of hypoallergenic plastic, contains no metal tip, indicator and buttons and is completely safe. Thermometer turns on automatically as soon as you start to measure the temperature and transmits the data via Bluetooth to your smartphone.
Young children can measure the temperature themselves without the help of adults, through children’s mobile apps. An amusing little octopus, also named Termosha, will entertain your kid: he will show his home, introduce his mom and dad, and play games. Your child won’t even notice as the time flies by.
If the temperature turns out to be high, Termosha will tell your child what to do: get into bed, take medicine given by her/his parents, or sponge down. Often children listen more readily to their favorite characters than to mom and dad. The thermometer Termosha takes temperature from – 30 to +70°C, meaning its capabilities are simply phenomenal. In order to show them all, developers made the mobile application THERMOMETER SMART FAMILY, which allows you to use up to 6 thermometers simultaneously. It notifies you when the temperature is beyond set limits, records it in a graph, saves data in a calendar, and sends it via e-mail.
What can you do with it?
If you go on a walk with your baby in the winter, you can place the thermometer inside his wrap and check the temperature occasionally. Knowing his temperature, you can adjust the wrap as necessary.
You can use the thermometer for constant temperature monitoring in a nursery, for taking the temperature of bath water, and baby food before feeding.
For moms, Termosha is an excellent assistant in the kitchen. For example, it will help while making home-made yoghurt. For grandmothers and grandfathers, Termosha can monitor the storage temperature of medicin. For dads, Termosha is just indispensable. It will help him to regulate the heating and conditioning system of the house and record necessary temperature graphs at work.
Learn more: TERMOSHA…