Sunday, the Smart Object that fights social isolation by sharing photos and videos with the offline generation, was on display at CES 2019. It is a smart object capable of sending photos instantly to any TV from anywhere in the world.
This solution bridges the technological and generational gap while connecting grandparents to their families without using social media or complicated to connect devices.
The concept is simple: Plug Sunday into any TV’s HDMI port. Start sharing photos and videos to the TV using the web or mobile app. Make your grandparents smile!
The offline generation will not only love the painless installation process, but also the easy to grip Sunday Remote with only eight buttons and icons made with aging eyes in mind.
Being connected to others socially is widely considered a fundamental human need – crucial to both well-being and survival. Social isolation and separation is growing epidemic – one with physical, mental and emotional consequences.
Since the 1980s the percentages of American adults who say they’re lonely has doubled from 20% to 40%. Approximately 42.6 million adults over age 45 in the U.S. are estimated to be suffering from chronic loneliness, according AARP’s Loneliness Study. About 1/3 of adults older than 65 now live alone, and ½ those over 85 do.
It’s Sunday’s mission to help people maintain bonds where they’re fading and create ones where they haven’t existed!
Each Sunday purchase includes: 1 Sunday App, 1 Sunday Box, and 1 Sunday Remote. It is now available in the U.S. at Sunday’s website for $149.00 MSRP.