Neebo doesn't measure temperature, but the thermal state. The reason is that the temperature of extremities and actual body temperature may substantially differ from each other. The feature itself is based on the research that extremities lose heat if a person is too cold, and vise versa, gain heat if a person is too warm. So Neebo just monitors the change in wrist temperature against the reference range for what is considered as the temperature comfort zone for a child. In order not to confuse parents we don’t display a numerical temperature within the app.
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- User Data Deletion
- What does the icon/status for vital signs on the main screen indicate?
- My child is one year old and Neebo is already on its last notch, is this a problem?
- How is Neebo different from its competitors?
- Why is Neebo placed on a baby's wrist?
- How should Neebo be placed on a child?
- How long can I keep Neebo on my baby?
- What is the difference between Daytime and Sleep modes?
- Which type of alerts does Neebo have?
- How Neebo determines the default reference range for vitals?