Sleep has been linked to a variety of health benefits – including greater brain function – but during the “work hard, play hard” years, it’s easy to fall into bad rest habits. Sense aims to resolve this issue by helping users track their sleep patterns and monitor their environment, all in the hopes of improving overall sleep quality. The small bedside gadget achieves this through use of a small 6-axis accelerometer pillow clip that picks up on your nightly movements, then seamlessly transmits this information via Bluetooth Low Energy to the nightstand hub. The two-part system is accompanied with a mobile phone app that uses an algorithm to produce a ‘sleep score,’ which accounts noise, lighting and air quality to help you improve your sleep. The Sense system has just launched over on Kickstarter starting for $99 USD, head here to check it out.