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Integration between streaming service device and fitness tracker
Chances are everyone with a couch and a streaming service
like Netflix has fallen asleep while watching a show, and then
had to go back later and figure out what was the last thing
that happened. Frustrating.
Most set-top streaming boxes have bluetooth remote controls.
Many modern fitness
trackers also have bluetooth, and have
built-in sensors that can detect when you are asleep to track
your sleep patterns. Connect the two--hey presto, your
Netflix knows when you fall asleep, and can turn itself off
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||[-] For many people who have just dozed off, the sudden
of a noise wakes them up. This effect increases by
- that is, the more often you fall asleep listening to the
or watching the telly, the more likely it is you'll wake up if
someone/something shuts it off.
||(edit to add - I'm very familiar with the effect I described
above, but having a hard time finding a clinical name /
explanation for it. anyone?)
||Okay, so have it gradually decrease the volume over a period
of time, or just bookmark the spot without stopping the
||Yes, by itself bookmarking where you dropped off
would be useful.
Doesn't require turning the player off either.
you'll make it a user definable option (turn off,
leave on), I've flipped my vote. [+]