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What the Best Position for a Good Night's Sleep? BodyCompass Points the Way

News   Sep 11, 2020 | Original story from MIT

 
What the Best Position for a Good Night's Sleep? BodyCompass Points the Way

BodyCompass is the first home-ready, radio-frequency-based system to provide accurate sleep data without cameras or sensors attached to the body. It was developed by MIT researchers led by Dina Katabi and Shichao Yue. Credit: Christine Daniloff, MIT

 
 
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