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Sense Sleep Tracker


The Sense sleep tracker from Hello, which begins shipping to consumers next month, raised an astounding $2.4 million on Kickstarter in August to become the 6th most funded tech campaign in the crowdfunding site’s history.

Taking a different approach to “wearables” that can only track your sleep patterns when they are on your body, Sense is intended to fade into the background and let you just focus on the task at hand — sleeping. The design of the polycarbonate shell was inspired by architecture, in fact Sense resembles a little egg that would have rolled out of Beijing’s iconic “birds nest” Olympic stadium.

Sense comes with a little device called a Sleep Pill that attaches to your pillow and invisibly tracks your sleep movements at night. In case you were wondering, the manufacturer says that the unit “absolutely does not” track movements related to sex. The unit’s high-precision sensors are so sensitive, however, they are able to identify noise (from snores in your bedroom to car alarms on the street); pick up on light disturbances; monitor temperature and humidity conditions; and even see particulates in the air such as dust and pollen. A compatible app shares this info with you in order to figure out what type of conditions help you sleep better, because science shows that when you are sleeping you can’t take notes.

You can pre-order Sense right now for $129.00 from the Hello site. Only available for shipping to the U.S.



Like Santa, the app knows when you are sleeping, it knows when your’e awake. It then tells you the next morning.


Sense with its little Sleep Pill. Not for internal use.


Bedroom 1

Sense easily blends in with your other bedside tchotchkes.


 All images courtesy of Hello.

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