Now you can track your sleep quality on your phone by using this sensor . A 22-year-old British entrepreneur’s new sleep-tracking kit has cracked $1.3m (£809,000) in its first week on Kickstarter’s crowdfunding platform. Sense includes an orb that monitors the bedroom, a clip that attaches to the pillow, and a mobile phone app. The equipment produces a unique score for the previous night’s sleep and aims to wake the owner up at the best point in their sleep cycle. Its rival Samsung, already offers the Gear 2 smartwatch, which runs sleep-tracking software. And most recently, China’s Xiaomi began selling one of the cheapest sleep-monitoring wearables on the market – the $13 MiBand.
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