Tech start-up Bryte has designed a robotic bed that can automatically adjust the temperature, customise support for different parts of the body and even rock a person to sleep.
The Bryte Bed is said to be the world’s first to sense the body’s weight distribution and temperature and adjust its settings throughout the night in response.
It is designed to create the small changes that might make a critical difference to whether a person falls asleep and stays asleep on any given night.
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