Luna Smart Mattress cover turns your bed into a smartbed

A new smart device could have a greater impact on your health and wellbeing than the host of smartbands, smartwatches and smartglasses that are already available. Humans spend a good portion of their existence sleeping so if you can improve that ‘activity’ with a smart device then that could be highly significant to you.


Now there is already an example of a smartbed but that example requires you spend at least $1k for the mattress. Luna allows users to make use of the bed they already might have spent $£$£s on in order for a good night’s sleep as it is a smart mattress cover which is up for pre-order now from a little over $200.

Luna’s smart mattress cover has the following key functionality:

  • Dual-zone temperature adjustments
  • Sleep tracking data monitoring and recording
  • Smart home integration
  • Auto learning and scheduling of temperatures etc
  • Mobile phone controllable but secure thanks to 128-bit encryption
  • Smart alarm
  • Works with nest, emberlight, beep and Lockitron
  • Wi-Fi connectivity
  • Thin, flexible and lightweight so it doesn’t adversely affect the comfort of your mattress
  • Available double, queen and king mattress sizes, machine washable


The point of the Luna smart mattress is in providing a better sleep and therefore you should wake up with more energy and feeling refreshed – starting your day positively. The Smart Alarm function mentioned above can tell the optimum time to wake you up at a time near to your target wake-up time.


The sensors in the smart mattress cover can automatically help you to a great nights sleep and can monitor/record the following:

  • Breathing
  • Heart rate
  • Temperature
  • Ambient noise
  • Ambient light
  • Humidity

Luna is expected to ship in August this year. The Luna project is already a resounding success on IndieGogo having raised double the target funding amount of $100K – in a day – and there’s 30 days left. I think the Luna team will probably be too excited to sleep!

Source: IndieGogo / Via Engadget

Mark Tyson

Mark has worked for a number of years as a newshound on other technology news websites. He decided to write for Tech Assimilate thanks to this web site's open embracing vision of the fascinating world of personal technology. Mark has also worked in the printing and advertising industries for tens of years previously.

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