When I saw these robots, I thought they were creepy. Then, I touched one and found that I wanted to scratch behind its ears and pet it. It’s small movements and moving eyes tricked my subconscious into thinking it was real. Weird.
One of the most annoying things about Diabetes care is using the software that compiles blood glucose data. This company is solving this problem with a BG meter that sends it’s data directly to the cloud!
This exercise device measures pressure and monitors progress during different suggested exercises via an iPhone app. It’s like a pocket sized gym!
Checklight is an impact indicator for athletes that uses a simple Green, Yellow, or Red light to signal the severity of a head injury.
We learned about the development of this smart fabric technology at the Wearable Tech panel.
If you don’t want to wear a fitness band to bed, you can outfit your bedroom to do the sleep monitoring for you. This product marks a shift from multifunctional devices to single function systems.
The mat is placed under the bed to monitor movement, while light and sound is used to help the user fall asleep or wake up.