Now Nintendo is developing a video game application that is light years ahead of Tetris; the Wii Vitality Sensor may even help you fall asleep.
Nintendo introduced the device at E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo). The annual video game industry trade show was held earlier this week in Los Angeles.
A Nintendo press release said that the Wii Vitality Sensor will detect your pulse and other body signals. This will give you information about “the body’s inner world.”
The Telegraph reports that Nintendo President Satoru Iwata envisions the device as a potential sleep aid.
“It may not be long before games help people unwind or even fall asleep,” said Iwata.
Learn more about insomnia on SleepEducation.com.
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