LaunchBoom brings to market some of the world’s most innovative crowdfunded products. This year we are featuring three of the hottest upcoming consumer tech innovations: learning robots from Robolink, Gryphon’s smart wifi router, and wearable recovery technology by Spyrng.
Robolink was established in order to encourage students to learn about STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) in an fun, engaging, and accessible way with robotics kits. Their hope is to cultivate the next generation of makers, builders, inventors, and innovators. They will be launching their newest learning robot at CES on January 7th.
Gryphon is a new, smart WiFi router that connects from anywhere via an app, making it easy for you to protect your kids and your privacy online. With built-in parental controls, you can filter content by age and reputation rating, view your kids’ browsing history, set bedtimes/homework times, pause the internet, and much more. Even better, all content is rated by other parents, so you know exactly what you’re getting when you check a rating. It’s like Yelp for what your child views.
Spryng is a high tech wearable technology that delivers on-the-go Compression Therapy for faster muscle recovery any time, anywhere. Spryng’s proven WaveTech® pneumatic compression patterns mimic muscle physiology to improve circulation, reduce swelling and blood pooling, and alleviate soreness, all in as little as 15 minutes. And unlike traditional methods that are cost- and movement-prohibitive, Spryng’s sleek and lightweight design is wearable, affordable, and convenient to use virtually anywhere, from the office and the airport to the gym and the ski slopes.