Pillow measures brain waves to wake users up at the ideal moment

Sony submits patent for electrode pillow

Sony has submitted a patent for a pillow covered in electrodes to help you get a better night’s sleep.

The electrodes measure brain waves to determine when the user falls to sleep and wakes up.

A timer starts once the users enters a light nap, the pillow records the various stages of sleep, and when the user exits REM an alarm goes off to wake them at the perfect moment.

There will be a number of different ‘alarms’ to wake users up, including a buzzer, a flashing light, and a bed shaking monitor.

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