Smart pillow will automatically adjust its height to give you a better night’s sleep

Zerema is the ultimate sleep solution for those who are tired of never getting a good night’s sleep.

According to the smart pillow’s Kickstarter page, Zerema incorporates “deep-learning AI to learn your sleep habits” in order to automatically put you in a more comfortable sleeping position and provide a personalized analysis of how you can sleep better.

But beyond its extraordinary technological capabilities, Zerema is also just a marshmallow-soft memory foam pillow, built to support your head and keep you comfortable throughout the night.

Credit: Zerema

To use the smart pillow, customers simply plug the device in to a standard outlet and power the device on. The pillow can then be connected to the Zerema app via BlueTooth.

With the click of a button, Zerema will automatically calibrate its height to fit into your neck, although these dimensions can be adjusted by hand if need be. Then, before bed, simply turn on “sleep mode” and allow the smart pillow to observe your sleeping habits.

The device comes equipped with AI-powered snore-detecting technology, which is more or less exactly what it sounds like. When snoring is sensed, Zerema will raise or lower the pillow height on its own to encourage proper breathing form — and it does this so gently that it won’t disturb your sleep.

The pillow’s AI is constantly learning and changing. According to the company, Zerema’s app integrates deep-learning, which takes data learned from over 10,000 sounds (including snoring) in order to more accurately detect new, unique sleeping patterns. It also teaches itself to distinguish snoring from other sounds, ensuring the air cushion adjustment is only activated when a distinct snore is heard.

With the power of Verizon’s ultra-fast 5G wideband — which is a whopping 25 times faster than today’s 4G networks in the U.S. — the number of sounds and movements Zerema can recognize will continue to grow, bringing you your best night’s sleep yet.

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