Parents know that giving baby a bottle that's too cold, or especially too hot, usually results in loud protests from the child. New parents learn quickly how many seconds to run the microwave, and that they should also test the formula or milk on the back of their hand, but this kind of low tech check can be pretty unreliable.
The Baby's Bottle from designers Hung Cheng, Tzu-Yu Huang, Tzu-Wei Wang, and Yu-Wei Xiang uses Thermochromatic emblems as a sort of automated Goldilocks, letting you know when the temperature is just right.
If all this care still won't quiet baby down, you could always fire up some tunes on their own personal MP3 player.
For now the Baby's Bottle is just a design concept, but I think most parents would agree that this one's a no-brainer.
Via Yanko Design