'Go-Pro Helmet' Allows Parents To See Life Through Baby's Eyes
Couple, Edward and Kristin Wagner, learned their 10-month-old son, Braydon, had to wear a cranial band to treat the flat spot on his head. The couple, who loves to document everything with a Go-Pro camera, thought of the idea to attach one of the light weight cameras to Braydon's helmet. The camera isn't a permanent fixture, but is attached to the helmet when they go on family outings or special events. Through some footage, they noticed how attentive the baby is. At a car race, Braydon's head would follow the cars racing by. Or they noticed he loves to look up at plans and birds, rather than down at the ground. When people dressed brightly walk by, his head follows. “It helps you adjust the things you use to help him learn or that entertain him based on what he likes. Like always looking at the sky with airplanes or loving bright lights,” his mom told TODAY. The couple plans on making a full length video of the footage for him to watch when he is older. So cool!
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