The Consumer Electronic Show (CES) always has companies pushing the boundaries of technology and surprising us with innovative products and services. CES 2023 is no exception.
Recently, a cushion developed by Yukai Engineering in partnership with the University of Tokyo was unveiled at CES 2023. Anxiety frequently plagues our modern lives and to alleviate it, the Fufuly Cushion has arrived.
The idea behind the thought bubble-shaped Huhri is that it has a pulsating motor inside. So while you’re hugging the cushion, your breathing patterns are analyzed and the two of you are finally in sync, so holding Fufuly will ultimately make you feel a little less stressed and help reduce anxiety. .
Fufuly has three modes of operation. There are self-explanatory regular and deep modes for your calming needs, and a third mode is based on common relaxation breathing techniques.
As far as availability is concerned, the company plans to launch it first in Japan later this year via crowdfunding, though the price range has yet to be determined.
Another unique device unveiled by Yukai Engineering at CES is called Lightony. Light and Tony’s wordplay. A bedside lamp that reacts to your voice. The idea is that you can use your voice to tell Tony to start nodding at a certain time.
So if you’re the kind of person who struggles to fall asleep quickly, you can get a Lightney so you can nod at about the same time. wake up It may be cute, fun, and practical, but there are no plans to bring it to market as of yet.