Fall asleep time


#1

From Anonymous on 2014/10/19 19:55:07 +0000

Ex it took 19 min to fall asleep.

Copied from original feature request: http://urbandroid.uservoice.com/forums/264867-sleep-as-android/suggestions/6582548-fall-asleep-time


#2

From Timothy Smith (TJWhiteStar) on 2017/03/11 12:05:50 +0000

Petr, I have the Moto 360 2nd Gen if you need this testing on another Android Wear Watch. Also can we include this time taken to fall asleep within the data exported from the app as I'm trying to import this in Microsoft Healthvault and it shows time to fall asleep as 1min and a 100% efficient sleep which is obviously incorrect.

I have commented on a the suggestion for Sleep Efficiency with how you can do that and hope that combined with this fall asleep time can get us close to replicating the features I used to enjoy with the Microsoft Band and their bands sleep tracking.


#3

From Leandro “byLeandroid” Albero on 2015/01/26 19:43:19 +0000

ANT+ Integration with an HRM.


#4

From Petr Nálevka on 2014/12/19 23:59:40 +0000

+Sawn we are planning this, thank you


#5

From Shawn Misquith on 2014/12/19 12:59:06 +0000

What about integrating with devices like moto 360 which contain heart rate monitor?


#6

From Justin Hardcastle on 2014/12/11 04:19:31 +0000

Do you know what devices would potentially be used to do this with? I currently have a Zeo headset which does this, but the parent company has been dead for years. Are you looking for a similar encephalography style product to pair with, or just a wrist style like fitbit and many others still in business offer?


#7

From Petr Nálevka on 2014/11/08 00:14:55 +0000

In fact this is one of the ways we would like to approach this for the future. But currently we don't have integration with any BT device with accelerometer and hear rate…we will definitely be looking into this… many thanks for the idea…


#8

From Anonymous on 2014/11/06 05:28:18 +0000

I've voted for this, even though the responses indicate this is not plausible. I would like to know if monitoring the user's heart rate using a Bluetooth heart rate monitor would make this idea plausible? Thanks Chris.


#9

From Petr Nálevka on 2014/11/03 22:29:03 +0000

Hello Ladislav, exactly as you say there are some papers on awake detection through actigraphy, but always with a known settings and known device. I rather skeptical this would be feasible in our case…Many thanks for the comment…


#10

From Ladislav Antoš on 2014/11/03 21:22:15 +0000

This idea is nice and I would surely vote for it, but from my profession, I am medic, it's nearly impossible to find out the "fall asleep" faze without EEG.
The phone can't know if you only lying quiet or fallen asleep at all…
That's my opinion.