If your sleep patterns are disrupted, a lack of sleep can have massive effects on your productivity and daily life. Avantechs is hoping to make day time fatigue more controllable, with the creation of a wearable sleep monitor.
The Sleepman wrist worn wearable has been specifically designed to monitor your sleep patterns, helping you sleep more soundly and wake energised, while helping you tackle any insomnia or daytime drowsiness, as well as alerting you when your body may be fatigued.
Watch the video below to learn more about the features incorporated into the Sleepman sleep monitor, which this week has launched on Kickstarter to raise $50,000 to go into production.
Sleepman is an innovative multifunctional activity monitoring device that helps improve your wellbeing. Sleepman isn’t just another smart alarm or smartwatch, it is a wellness device that will optimize and enhance your sleep, wake you up during the correct sleep phase and provide a visual history of your sleep patterns and daily activity levels. It will also alert you of concentration loss or dozing while driving, and more.
Sleepman teaches you to improve your sleep by giving you the tools to easily adjust your daily routine, without affecting your lifestyle. Sleepman is a revolutionary all-in-one device designed to replace several different gadgets while being less expensive, more accurate and comfortable to use.
While many sleep and fatigue-tracking devices rely on body movements, Sleepman monitors your brain activity through Electro-Dermal Activity (EDA) sensors on your wrist – the information it collects are your brain’s unique bio-signals.The advanced EDA bio-signal tracking algorithms that are used by Sleepman have been thoroughly tested and optimized for more than two decades.
The Sleepman wearable sleep monitor is now available to back with pledges starting from just $99 for early bird backers. So if your sleep patterns are a little disrupted when like to tackle insomnia jump over to the Kickstarter website via the link below to learn more about this new technology that may be able to help.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News