The newest sleep tracker on the market doesn’t have to be worn.
Everything in and our around our home is becoming connected, and that includes our beds. Imagine as you lie down for a good night’s rest, the lights, thermostat and music all adjust to a setting of your liking, while the doors lock themselves. Then, as you sleep, the room stays at an optimal temperature. That’s the idea behind the newest tracker on the market, one in which you won’t find adorned to any wrist.
Luna is the world’s first cover that can monitor your sleep, intelligently heat your mattress and make your bed smart. Over the course of the night, it will track everything from sleeping patterns to heart and breathing rates, let you know how well you slept, and use those insights to offer suggestions on ways to improve future slumbers.
Through its accompanying mobile app, users can control the warmth of their bed including dual-zone temperatures for those who have differing preferences from their partners. Or, when needed on those cold winter nights, Luna can be set remotely, allowing you to come home to an already warm bed. Luna is also equipped with a built-in alarm clock that wakes you up during the lightest sleep cycle along with some light tunes and a freshly brewed pot of coffee.
Luna is also integrated with a number of household devices, such as smart lightbulbs, thermostats, air vents and speakers. Meaning, through its IFTTT service, users can trigger actions like turning on a coffee machine once awake or activating a smart door lock when the user is in bed. Luna is already integrated with Nest, Philips Hue, Lockitron, Emberlight and Beep but can be connected to other Wi-Fi-enabled gadgets creating recipes on IFTTT as well.
With convenience and security in mind, the mattress cover uses public key cryptography and include HTTPS, SSL, and 128-bit encryption. “Luna stores a small amount of data locally and as soon as an internet connection becomes available, encrypts the data and sends it to our servers in the cloud,” the company writes.
Just launched on Indiegogo, the team has already well exceeded its $100,000 goal. Interested in learning more or pre-ordering one of your own? Head over to Luna’s official page here.