Monday, January 14, 2019

CES 2019: EyeForcer improves posture without nagging parents

CES 2019: 6 promising health gizmos.  (Las Vegas Review-Journal, 1/13/2019)
Like your nagging mother but quieter, the EyeForcer glasses flash a blinking, colored light when they detect poor posture. 
Made by Canada-based Medical Wearable Solutions[no sign of kids here] the glasses connect to a mobile app to provide analytics on the angle of a person’s head, which can be used to prevent what the company calls “text neck” from using a cellphone.

Available in black and tortoise frames for $199.99.

Other 2019 CES posts:
AVidea Group Safe Zone Gunfire Detector.  (12/5/2018)
FADES auto-darkening eyewear.  (12/7/2018)
Estelle Costanza does not approve of this car porn. (12/12/2018)
Smart smoke detectors.  (12/15/2018)
LG CineBeam Laser 4K projector.  (12/22/2018)
Poopy diaper alarm for harried parents.  (12/25/2018)
Twice breathlessly promotes the "Clash of the Robovacs".  (12/28/2018)
Don't worry, you won't have to throw away your stupid shoes.  (12/31/2018)
Samsung is building The Wall.  (1/6/2019)
Hypnbos smart sleep mask.  (1/8/2019)
Hyundai creates a car with body parts.  (1/9/2019)
Intimate messager banned, gender bias alleged.  (1/13/2019)
Why brush? Because they'll soon be Y-Brush!  (1/13/2019)
Auto Sense wireless charger car mount.  (1`/13/2019)

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