Sense, a consumer sleep tracker that became one of Kickstarter’s most funded products of all time, is now available to the public with new orders expected to ship this month, as reported by The Verge.

The appeal of Sense is that it collects a lot more information than the average sleep tracker, and it doesn’t require you to wear anything. You do have to clip a small sensor called a Sleep Pill onto your pillow, but the rest of Sense’s tracking takes place in a small orb that you set beside the bed. The orb monitors your room for loud noises, the amount of light coming in, the temperature and humidity, and the amount of pollen and dust in the air. If Sense detects any of these things starting to disrupt your sleep, it’ll let you know in the morning so that you can adjust your room to fix it. As with most sleep trackers, Sense will also monitor what stage you’re at while sleeping in order to wake you up at a time you’ll be receptive to it.

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