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The bathroom of the future: How will it impact your health?

Michael McQueen

4 minute read
Credit: nib health insurance

There’s no denying technology has had a massive impact on our homes, but there’s one room that has remained relatively unchanged. Our bathrooms haven’t been heavily influenced by the latest in tech, but that’s about to change in a big way.

From automatically-adjusting sinks that cater to your height to interactive mirrors that can help you nail a tricky hairstyle, futurist Michael McQueen shares his predictions for the amazing advancements coming to a bathroom near you.

Keen to find out more about the future of tech in our homes? Check out Michael’s predictions on how our kitchens and bedrooms will transform over the coming years.

Michael McQueen is a multi-award winning speaker, trend forecaster, futurist and six-time bestselling author. With clients including KPMG, Pepsi and Cisco, he has helped some of the world’s most successful brands navigate disruption and maintain momentum. In addition to regularly featuring as a commentator on TV and radio, Michael has shared the stage at international conferences with the likes of Bill Gates, Dr John Maxwell and Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak.

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