Emota Announces New Products emota.TV, emota.THINGS and emota.ME for Facebook Groups at CES 2012

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National Science Foundation funded company, Emota, to show off Smart TV and Internet of Things applications at CES. Booth #73103, Eureka Park, Venetian Hotel.

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Emota produces Healthy Lifestyle applications which blend mobile, digital living room, and social networking technologies.

Under the auspices of the National Science Foundation SBIR Phase II program, Emota produces Healthy Lifestyle applications which blend mobile, digital living room, and social networking technologies to help people stay active, healthy, and connected. Our focus is creating pleasurable consumer experiences that enrich life through better social and emotional connectedness, while we work with health and service providers to deliver personalized health & lifestyle services.

At CES 2012, Emota is announcing three new products:

emota.ME - A Facebook app that provides a private and fun place for people to stay in touch with close friends and families. It’s like friends hanging out around a good bonfire.

emota.TV - A SmartTV app that is designed to bring the Emota experience into the living room. Perfect for those who want to stay close with remote friends and family without having to learn computer and internet skills, or for those who just want to stay away from the computer when they are home.

emota.THINGS - A series of wirelessly connected objects in the living room designed to emotionally engage the user and to create a sense of social connectedness in the living space.

These products form a Social Experience Platform for healthy lifestyle apps.

Please visit Emota at Booth #73103 at Eureka Park, Venetian Hotel at the CES.

About Emota:
Emota.net Inc. is based in Mountain View, California. It received a second round of funding from the National Science Foundation in February 2011. The $500,000 grant is awarded as part of National Science Foundation's 2011 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II program. The grant is awarded based on progress Emota made in product, market and business model validation during the NSF-funded Phase I research in 2010.


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