Designer Dasha Anokhina came up with REMY, a biometric 'friend' that tracks and records sleep patterns and activities, allowing you to wake up to a summary of what you did during the night.
Before you go to bed, you set your desired waking time and the camera begins recording your body movements. About half an hour before your pre-set wake time, it casts a light pattern over the blanket which simulates dawn. As you wake up to the beautiful light, REMY starts displaying the night's recorded movement so waking up becomes "a brand-new experience" and provides a "visually compelling review of last nights events."
This will surely put an end to the, "Did I do anything?" last night questions when you were too drunk to remember!
Biometric Sleep Monitors
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