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TOKYO, October 30. /TASS/. Satoru Iwata, the President and CEO of a Japanese company Nintendo Co., famous for its video game consoles of different types, has announced that they created world's first device able toremotely monitor profundity of human dreams and measure an individual’s fatigue level.
Placed near a bed, it will monitor sleeping person’s breath, pulse and other characteristics by means of microwave radiation. Received data will be directed to a remote server that will inform the device owners about their fatigue level and will advise improving food ration measures or necessary physical exercises based on the analysis of the data.
The sales will start in 2015. The price will be announced then as well. As video game consoles sales level has lately been low, the company plans to expand production of human health condition monitoring devices.