Nintendo Wants to Help You Sleep Better, But Not with Video Games
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The video game company Nintendo doesn't want to just entertain audiences anymore – they also want to help you sleep better. The company revealed this week their QOL (Quality of Life) Sensor, a standalone fatigue and sleep monitoring device that will measure breathing, heartbeat, and body movement. Unlike many sleep tracking devices, this one will not need to be worn on the body and can instead be placed on a nightstand. The device will do more than just notify users of their number of hours of sleep per night; it will also recommend strategies for staying alert and energized during the day, such as diet and activity changes. No information is available on when the device will hit store shelves or its price, but the company is eager to bring consumers gadgets expanding from daytime video game play to nighttime sleep monitoring.
When Nintendo games don't keep you up all night, the company wants to help you sleep as soundly as possible. The video-game giant on Thursday revealed a product called the QOL Sensor, a fatigue- and sleep-monitoring device that goes on your nightstand.
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