Sleep Number 360 smart bed
This smart mattress uses machine learning to figure out how to help you sleep better. If you snore, the bed can raise your head slightly before the snoring wakes up your spouse. It also detects when you might snore and makes adjustments beforehand. The bed also adjusts the firmness, depending on how you sleep. (John Brandon)
Aryballe’s digital nose
Aryballe Technologies’ NeOse is a digital sniffing device aimed at uncovering dangerous smells, such as gas leaks. It uses an optical sensor to identify molecules. It can discern hundreds of smells. At the moment, the technology is expensive — at $10,000 to $15,000 — so the company is targeting enterprises at first. Over time, Aryballe hopes to create a consumer device.
Spartan tech-proof underwear
Spartan debuted its male underwear that blocks radiation that could be harmful to your manhood. The boxer-briefs prevent radiation exposure via pure silver fibers that protect the family jewels. Radiation has been known to have adverse effects on men’s reproductive health.
Dring Smart Cane
This smart cane has sensors that can detect if someone has fallen (or if they’ve simply dropped the cane). It can measure how much the person walks and what paths they take, as it has built-in navigation detection.
The Oria product is built on the idea that scents can improve your quality of sleep. The Oria produces smells that it claims can recharge your batteries faster while you sleep. I sniffed various scents like a lavender mix that the company says could help you relax, fall asleep faster, and sleep better and longer. It uses recyclable scent capsules that last about two months.