Making Sense of Sleep Sensors: How Sleep Sensing Technologies Support and Undermine Sleep Health.

Ruth Ravichandran
Ruth Ravichandran
Sang-Wha Sien
Sang-Wha Sien
Shwetak N. Patel
Shwetak N. Patel

CHI, pp.6864-6875, (2017)

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Sleep is an important aspect of our health, but it is difficult for people to track manually because it is an unconscious activity. The ability to sense sleep has aimed to lower the barriers of tracking sleep. Although sleep sensors are widely available, their usefulness and potential to promote healthy sleep behaviors has not been fully ...More

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