robot polar bear shaped pillow helps stop snoring

Do you know anyone who snores so bad that you can't help but wish horribly evil negative bad things upon them? Well consider this. A robotic pillow in the shape of a polar bear was developed by researchers in Tokyo to help interrupt their snore fest. How? The sleeper lies their head on the pillow and then attaches a pulse-oxygen meter to their hand. The pillow is activated when oxygen levels in the body decrease and the microphone in the pillow picks up the louder then usual noises.

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