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 Title & Authors
REM optimal sensoring devices sleeper pillow for the healthy development of the alarm function weather
Kim, Hee-Chul;
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 Abstract
People try to maintain optimal sleep activity to a changing attitude 20-30 times while sleeping 7-8 hours a day. In order to provide optimal sleep, we need to develop sensing device for apply effective various sleep data acquired through display device that can provide program and information which process and analyze information printed out from sensor and sensing system. In this paper, we analyze sleep pattern to detect the toss and turn while a person`s sleeping and we develop a wellness pillow that can be active on sleep health management based on the analyzed data for sleep patterns.
 Keywords
Pillow;Sensor;Sensing;Wel-Being;Sleep;
 Language
Korean
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