Vision Mode is a tool which shows you exactly where Cocoon Cam detects motion, whether it’s large or small motion, and the intensity level of that movement.
Computer vision is a method used to sort different movements detected frame by frame, on a pixel level. During sleep, your baby is always in motion. Sometimes these motions are large and easy to see (wiggling, rolling around, arm waving). Sometimes these motions are small and harder to see with your naked eye (finger twitches, eye movements, etc.).
Sometimes these motions are so tiny they aren’t easily visible to the human eye, such as the tiny rise and fall of your baby’s chest — with each breath, inhale and exhale. Cocoon Cam monitors motion at the individual pixel level of each image from the camera, and is capable of detecting even this tiny chest rise-and-fall motion from your baby.
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