The reds and pinks direct the body to release sleep hormone
melatonin, the company claims, and the blue light wakes the body
up before the alarm wakes the mind.
If you do wake up in the
night, you can activate a seven-minute "meditation programme" of
light sequences to lull you back to sleep again.
It doesn’t work on babies though, which is annoying for the
parents of infants with sleep issues, who probably need it most.
The lamp also monitors your bedroom environment using, among
other sensors, your smartphone’s microphone to track noise
levels. It also plays romantic music for getting real close.
New skates called Travelor double your walking speed.
How? Try them on!
I should stop as CES has endless goodies.
The future of technology as seen through the eyes MIT Media
Lab scientist David Rose is about making gadgets personal.
Smartphones will bend, forks will talk and tell you to stop
eating more, and umbrellas will predict the weather and trash
cans that order groceries.
These are some of the devices that may come in the market
this year but how many of these will be super-hits is unknown.
Most awaited is the Apple watch expected around March but
other similar watches are already launched.
We may also get iPhone7 and probably iPhone8.
How much better these new models will be remains to be seen
but the bets are that they will be more elegant and more
practical especially in recharging them.
Tablet versatility taken to a whole new level.
Already a new tablet offers a flexible display that allows
you to bend or fold it to fit your needs.
It also features two cameras and offers inductive charging.
The weather umbrella has a handle that glows with blue light
that indicate if the forecast calls for rain.
Trash can has a tiny camera and a bar code scanner that
records everything you throw away and sends the information to
Amazon.com, where it is immediately reordered and shipped to
However, you will have to safeguard the trash can or it will
Now a new smart eating fork alerts you with a gentle
vibration when you are eating too quickly.
It also measures, using the tines of the fork, how long it took
to eat your meal, the amount of "fork servings" taken per
minute, and the time between servings.