It's called Beddit , an automatic sleep and wellness tracker that measures users sleeping patterns, heart rate, breathing, snoring, movements and bedroom environment.There's two parts to Beddit. One is a flat sensor you place under the sheets and the other is a mobile app you simply download to your smartphone.
The company's website says that the sensor sends data to your smartphone during the night. When you wake up, you should find the results and any nightly events in the app with a summary and a sleep score. You can then get personalized tips on how to improve your sleep.The company's Beddit Pro has been on the market for 18 months to help with sleep research, but now the company says they want to make their product within everyone's reach at a cheaper price.
If you become a backer now, you can get the sensor and app for $99 with a November delivery date.To read more about Beddit, go here: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/beddit-automatic-sleep-and-wellness-tracker-turn-your-bed-into-a-smart-bed
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