m. schraefel, Aaron Tabor, Josh Andres
We don't know how to measure sleep; the best we can do is ask, "How do you feel?" This was the summary given by Mary Morrell during a seminar on sleep at the Inbodied Interaction Summer School this past August at the University of Southampton, U.K. Her perspective was surprising, given that the speaker is both a professor of sleep and respiratory physiology at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London, as well as a lead researcher in developing an in-ear EEG sleep monitor —specifically designed to measure brain activity during sleep. She is not alone, though.…
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