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Rock-a-bye baby: The Adiva One is a smart bed that literally rocks you to sleep

Everyone knows the best way to put a baby to sleep is to rock them, but when is the last time an adult was rocked to sleep? Adiva, a smart sleep science company, believes that a gentle rolling motion might be the key to getting the best sleep of your life. They’re putting that to the test with the Adiva One, a set of modular bed legs that can be attached to any standard frame. The legs move in a pattern to give the bed a gentle rocking motion while you sleep.

Adiva cites research that found an oscillatory motion improved the length and quality of sleep of participants in the study. As science discovers more links between overall physical and mental health and the quality of sleep you receive each night, it’s more important than ever to find a way to welcome the sandman in a way that works for you.

In addition to the modular legs, the Adiva One includes a control unit that synchronizes the motion and links the bed to the internet for updates. The bed can be controlled through an included remote, via a smartphone app, or through the Amazon Alexa. The app gives users a visual representation of how they sleep at night and allows them to see how their patterns change over time.

Two included motion sensors clip to the mattress to provide integrated sleep tracking. The artificial intelligence that powers the system will automatically adjust the speed and intensity of the motion to keep the user in deep sleep cycles.

The Adiva One is built of durable materials and can support a weight of up to 1,000 kilograms, or 2,200 pounds. Despite this, Adiva says installation and assembly is easy and requires no expert help. The Adiva One also consumes minimal power, with the largest size requiring less than 50 watts.

The Adiva One is available through Indiegogo for a starting price of $1,499, with an estimated full retail price of $2,999. However, as always, keep in mind that pledging or donating to a crowd-funded project is not a guarantee of delivery.

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