I let a connected pillow send radio waves through my brain for five days

I’ve fallen asleep in some seriously public places over the years, like on the subway and in college common rooms. When I look back on it, that was a crazy thing to do. I really had faith no one would steal my wallet or cut my hair while I was away from the real world. Sleep is a mysterious time that I love, so when I got a pitch for the ZEEQ smart pillow, I knew I had to try it out.

The pillow, which launched on Kickstarter today, comes with eight speakers, a microphone, a three-axis gyroscope, and a 5000 mAh battery tucked inside it. The pillow can detect snoring through its microphone, register motion with its gyroscope, and play music through its speakers. ZEEQ’s creators told me their inspiration came from their own sleep…

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