A designer's gotta dream, right? I guess these designer-driven concept studies of baby-related electronic gear are preferable to the status quo, where vast swaths of the cutting edge design world act as if children don't exist.
The first, a baby shaking monitor, would first tell a caregiver to calm down, the crying's normal; then when that doesn't work, it would alert someone with more patience that the baby's being shaken like a bottle of salad dressing. No mention of whether it sends an SMS when the cranky nanny takes it off before shaking.
The second is Emma, an easy-to-use smartphone/ultrasound/fetal monitor, which allows a pregnant woman to capture and share images, video, and data--via her blog--with family, friends, and her doctor. Oh, and with the entire frickin' world. Combining it with a mobile phone will make it easy to call doctors in a panic when there's a false alarm. And GE will presumably embrace a $500 replacement of their $250,000 ultrasound equipment out of the goodness of their hearts.