Health monitoring tech has gotten from chest rigs to smart bands and smart watches. A lightbulb though is probably the last item that you’d think would have the capability. But here we are, with smart lightning company Sengled revealing its Smart Health Monitoring Light bulb as part of its CES 2022 reveal.
The Sengled Smart Health Monitoring Light bulb uses radar tech for its functions. It can track your sleep and get biometric measurements like heart rate and body temperature. It can also determine if someone has fallen, though it remains to be seen if it can call emergency numbers on its own the way the Apple Watches can.
Beyond that, the Sengled Smart Health Monitoring Light bulb uses Bluetooth to make a mesh network with others of its kind. This allows it to work around the house, if you buy enough for that of course.
All that being said, The Verge reports that the Sengled Smart Health Monitoring Light bulb is still under development. And because of that, it doesn’t yet have a price. Company product innovation director Kenneth Camp says that it will launch in the fourth quarter of 2022. But it remains to be seen if this is something that will be available on this side of the globe.
(Source: The Verge)