New high-tech anti-snoring pillow from Japan

In case you have a serious problem with snoring during sleep, Tokyo-based furniture maker France Bed now comes to the rescue.

The company developed an anti-snoring head pillow which is able to detect and reduce unwanted sounds by vibrating to change the position of the sleeping person’s head. Users can adjust the sensitivity of the Ibiki Makura (snore pillow) to three different levels.

It also features a mic output for all people who ever wondered what kind of sounds they make during sleep. Four AAA batteries last for about 8 hours.

The Japan-only anti-snoring pillow is sized at 510x326x80mm and weighs 700 grams. It costs $290.