It’s that time of year again, when tech companies from around the globe converge in Las Vegas to show off their latest gadgets in tech.
It’s the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) conference, and everything from virtual reality to massage chairs are featured at the event.
At the Dreamwave booth, CEO Cliff Levin showcased the companies new massage chair.
“Our desire was to create something to take people to a place that we called their dream wave, their happy place,” he says.
The $10,000 massage chair was designed by a combination of Japanese shiatsu experts and a designer who does interiors for Maserati and Porsche.
There are also other high-tech gadgets that help with health and wellness. French company Withings featured their heart monitor cuff, which reads your blood pressure, while recording an electro cardiogram. The company says the device helps identify the heart condition atrial fibrillation.
And there’s really tech for everything, it seems. One company developed a diaper that detects when it needs to be changed.
And smart home devices are the buzz. From showers you can control with your voice to electronic toilets, there’s a lot of options to choose from to upgrade your home.
More information about the conference can be found here .