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The bedroom of the future: How will it impact your sleep?

Michael McQueen

4 minute read
Credit: nib health insurance

When you think of your bedroom, you probably think of rest, romance and retreat. But what about robots?

Thanks to the latest advancements in tech, big changes are coming to our bedrooms. From holographic authors reading you a bedtime story to hypnopaedia (yep, you’re going to learn while you sleep), futurist Michael McQueen predicts the biggest advancements in tech coming to a master suite 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 bathrooms 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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