Pillowtalk transfers heartbeats form one pillow to the other

The topic of transferring feelings wirelessly has always been interesting . The work of Joanna Montgomery, a university student, is another example:

(photo courtesy of joannamontgomery.com)

“Using sensors built into elastic bands and worn around the chest, the sensors record the wearer’s heartbeat and sends it wirelessly to the partner’s pillow in real time. The pillows glow softly, and hold Arduino boards which contain transceivers from a Polar exercise watch, along with speakers and lights. While it doesn’t sound like a comfortable night’s sleep, the video below demonstrates that it actually produces a very harmonious sleeping environment. [Dundee Degree Show via Joanna Montgomery]” says Gizmodo

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