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Reverie, Magniflex, Human Touch to Show at CES
For Reverie and Magniflex, it marks their debut at CES, the annual technology show that expects to attract more than 180,000 attendees and includes more than 2.5 million square feet of exhibit space.
This year’s CES will take place Jan. 9-12 at 10 Las Vegas venues – the largest of which are the Las Vegas Convention Center and the Sands Expo Center.
“CES is the holy grail for creative companies from tech powerhouses to innovative startups from all aspects of industry include audio, 3D printing, automotive and more,” said Martin Rawls-Meehan, president and CEO of Reverie. “Our creative approach to using technology in our products aligns us with other cutting-edge leaders in product development. CES is the perfect venue for us to showcase our creations.”
Reverie, a producer of adjustable bed bases, mattresses, pillows and related sleep products, will be unveiling its “Bed of the Future,” an adjustable bed that monitors sleep through brain wave measurement. It also is controlled through voice commands, eliminating the need for a remote control.
Other creature features include individualized foot warmers to prevent chilly toes and pressure map technology to deliver targeted support and adjusted positioning.
The product will be featured in Reverie’s booth 18215 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
The booth is part of a showcase sponsored by technology publication Innovation & Tech Today, and will feature products from four other companies, including Human Touch, which will be showcasing its popular Novo XT massage chair.
The chair provides a therapeutic massage that can be custom-tailored to fit the user’s lifestyle.
“We launched the Novo XT in 2017, and it quickly gained notoriety as the most innovative massage chair on the market,” said David Wood, CEO of Human Touch. “Since its debut, it has gained popularity among professional athletes ranging from NFL to PGA players, has helped rehabilitate people suffering from a variety of health conditions, and has allowed everyday people to live their lives with more calm and focus.”
“CES has earned a reputation for being the best place to find new and innovative technology, and we’re proud to share our Novo XT there so that even more people can use this amazing wellness solution to live their best lives,” Wood added.
Magniflex also will be featuring a smart bed during its CES debut – the Magni Smartech -- which will be shown in booth 44401 at the Sands Convention Center.
The company said Smartech analyzes data such as the sleeper’s heart rate, breathing levels, movements, and noise level in the room and makes recommendations on how to improve the quality of sleep. The information is then downloaded to the user’s smartphone.
It also includes an anti-snoring function, which automatically recognizes when a sleeper is snoring, changes the bed position until the snoring is gone, then goes back to its original position once the snoring has stopped.
The company described the anti-snoring feature as “revolutionary” because it doesn’t require the snorer’s partner to wake up and manually activate the function. The feature is automatically engaged once the snoring has been recognized.