More Than Just A Pretty Case

Our artwork does more than just attract baby’s attention ━ it strengthens their brain power.

Improve Baby’s Development

High-contrast images stimulate the cells in your little one’s brain to strengthen and connect. These cells have a direct pathway to baby’s brain, accelerating your child's brain growth and increasing their attention span. What's more, the most effective activity for improving a baby's brain plasticity at an early age is visually tracking the movement of contrast images.

Babies Love High-Contrast Images

Research has repeatedly shown that babies are mesmerized by black-and-white patterns ━ not only are starkly-contrasting images the easiest for your child to perceive, but studies have confirmed that babies consistently prefer and are captivated by contrast designs.

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Sources & References

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