XINING, CHINA - MARCH 29: (CHINA OUT) A newborn baby drinks milk at the ICU of Obstetrics and Gynecology Department at Xining Children Hospital March 29, 2007 in Xining of Qinghai Province, China. Maternity hospitals have been busier than usual over the past few months as many women try to deliver babies during the year of the pig of the Chinese lunar calendar. City officials are concerned that the baby boom will prompt generational societal problems for decades with over-crowding in schools and in the job markets. (Photo by China Photos/Getty Images)
A new breastfeeding device for DADS just debuted at South by Southwest. And it’s a lot more high-tech than the ones we’ve seen before . . . kind of like if a robot had boobs. Except there’s only one nipple, and the other boob is just a tank for the milk.
It’s called the Father’s Nursing Assistant, and you strap it to your chest. It doesn’t look like the real thing, but apparently feels similar to a baby. And it can also sense when your kid falls ASLEEP. Then it shoots that info to an app, so you can track sleeping and feeding patterns.