There are plenty of smart home designs and devices emerging on the market, but one of the most impressive ones is the Google Bathroom. Recently, Google submitted a patent for a "Noninvasive Determination of Cardiac Health and Other Functional States and Trends for Human Physiological Systems," which consists of a variety of health monitors that could be used to assess human health.
Components of the Google Bathroom include an Ultrasonic Bathtub, a Color-Sensing Mirror and a Mat. Each is designed to serve a different purpose, but be incredibly non-invasive when it comes to collecting personal health data.
In contrast to a wearable that needs to be manually affixed to the body, the Google Bathroom concept proposes seamless health analysis as part of one's morning routine.
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