An automatic cot rocker rhythmically rocks babies to sleep with a motion emulating the suspension of a car.
An Australian company has developed an automatic cot rocker that rhythmically rocks babies to sleep with a motion emulating the suspension of a car.
For its efforts, Babyhugs, the Gold Coast-based company responsible for the device, has recently been awarded a $104,750 grant from the Australian Government.
Babyhugs’ Lullabub device is designed to fit under each leg of a cot, inducing sleep through a gentle rocking motion.
“It’s a clever idea that just needs a little help from the Government to make it to the marketplace and into the homes of what I’m sure will be many grateful parents,” said Australian Federal Industry Minister Ian Macfarlane.