Sleepace, a start-up company, has created a sleep tracker designed to quantify sleep patterns, according to a  Tech in Asia news report.

This is why Shenzhen-based startup Sleepace created RestOn, a sleep tracker placed under the user’s bed sheets to better quantify his or her sleep patterns. Vaguely resembling a safety belt on a commercial jet, it stretches horizontally across the bed roughly where the user’s chest lies. From there, it tracks heart rate, breathing, and movement.