Sense and the Sleep Pill are discrete objects that gather noise, light, temperature, humidity data from your sleep space

People are increasingly using wearables to help get a better night’s rest, but a new invention promises to quantify both the wearer’s body and external factors that could impact on the quality of their forty winks. The Sense and Sleep Pill are items of bedroom décor that gather data on sleep patterns and the bedroom environment to provide insights into how the user can sleep better which can be accessed via an app.

Founder and CEO of Hello, James Proud, tells PSFK:

Technology should be designed to liberate the individual's time and to enhance the quality of it so that we can, in turn, be more human. We are not simply focused on how people can use technology but how technology can be used for people.

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