A new device from Nintendo, made in collaboration with ResMed, will measure a user’s sleeping patterns and analyze sleep and fatigue, according to a CVG news report.

Rather than a wearable sensor as manufactured by other sleep-analysis companies, Nintendo’s product will instead be the QOL Sensor, a box that sits on the user’s bedside and uses a non-contact radio frequency sensor to measure body movements, breathing and heartbeat without physically touching the user’s body.