Some of the apps attached to the mobile are Twitter and Facebook which post videos when the baby touches them, MailOnline reported.

It also has a 'selfie-ball' camera that snaps and uploads pictures each time it gets rotated after being touched by the baby.

The device is developed by Laura Cornet, a student at Design Academy Eindhoven in the Netherlands.

"Suppose if the baby is at the creche or with the babysitter, the 'selfie ball' can send pictures to his/her working parents to see that everything is alright," Cornet was quoted as saying.

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