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Jawbone UP bands to link to Haiku with SenseME smart ceiling fan for improved sleeping

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By John Callaham on 22 Dec 2014 10:36 am

Owners of the Jawbone UP activity trackers will soon be able to link the wrist-based devices up to the Haiku with SenseME smart ceiling fan from Big Ass Fans. The idea is that the partnership between the two devices will enable owners to get a better night's sleep.

The support is supposed to be added sometime in February and will allow the Haiku to link to the Jawbone UP3, UP24 and UP MOVE devices. Big Ass Fans states:

Place your UP fitness tracker into sleep mode directly on the tracker or through the UP App when you go to bed, and Haiku with SenseME also enters Sleep mode. As UP tracks the quality and duration of your sleep, Haiku with SenseME is monitoring the room around you, adjusting speed automatically for consistent, all-night comfort. Haiku slows down as the temperature drops overnight, so you'll never again wake up freezing at 4 a.m. And just as Haiku with SenseME helps to improve your sleep, it can also offer a better wake-up by gently easing you into morning with a gradual increase of fan speed and light level.

Source: Big Ass Fans

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