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CES 2022: Smart Lightbulbs To Track Sleep

Smart bulb company Sengled has showcased a forthcoming lightbulb that will be able to monitor a user’s sleep, flashing to alert them when something amiss is detected.

Much like Google’s Nest, which rolled out similar features last year, the bulbs use Frequency-Modulated Continuous Wave radar in conjunction with Sengled’s own AI to monitor sleep through heart rate and body temperature.

While companies such as Sengled accessing your health data isn’t ideal for privacy advocates, the radar-type sensing is a lot less intrusive than wearables. The bulb will also respond to Alexa and Google voice commands, as well as Apple’s HomeKit.

The bulbs aren’t set to hit the market until late 2022, at which point they will also be integrated with other third-party apps.

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