We were honored to be one of new the British inventions featured on ITV's This Morning with Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield. In case you missed it, click to play the video, and see Balluga inventor Joe Katan demonstrate the Balluga Bed.
We were proud to show off an early prototype of our Balluga Bed at The Gadget Show Live. The response we had from people testing our prototype was tremendous. Watch our demonstration by watching Balluga at The Gadget Show Live 2014. Our beds were demonstrated by Aled Haydn Jones from BBC Radio 1 & the extraordinary Lucy Hedges from Stuff.
As all of the excitement was going on around our booth at The Gadget Show Live, ITProPortal managed to get an exclusive interview with Balluga's inventor Joe Katan. Click to see and hear all about the wonderful features of the Balluga Bed.
"There are two kinds of beds in the universe. There's the one you have, which sucks. And then there's the Balluga: the world's smartest interactive bed. If you are into the first kind of bed, don't worry about reading any further — just go be lame on your tediously unoriginal mattress. But if having Wifi, surround sound, massage capabilities, and health monitoring in your bed sounds like a good time, then read on to see just what inventor Joe Katan has created here."
Brandon Ambrosino - Vox
"Forget those individually-wrapped coil spring beds that can shrug off bouncing bowling balls, the Balluga—a mattress made of layer upon layer of computer-controlled inflatable spheres—could be the most comfortable place you've ever rested your head. And with a laundry list of other lavish features, you may never have a reason to get up."
Andrew Liszewski - Gizmodo
"Stuff got hands-on (back-on?) with the Balluga at Gadget Show Live 2014, and can confirm that it's very comfortable; it feels like a solid mattress, not an air bed. The minor adjustments feel a little odd at first, though you quickly get used to them, while the massage function sends rippling vibrations up and down your body; you can also set it to focus on specific areas, if the mood takes you."
Stephen Graves - Stuff