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we'd like to see a world in which all the tech startups promising to make the world a better place there's one that just might enhance the lives of hundreds of millions of people specifically those who suffer from snoring annnnd made a limited number of prototypes to test on different different users , and taking them back from someone after a week or two of the sleeping , it's not an easy task , this is Nora developers it's Martin Norris say their wireless egg shaped gadget can detect snoring , and then activate a pump that inflated under your pillow to stop it , music to the ears of anyone sharing a bed with Nora Nora is actually listening for volume the snoring that are below the sensitivity of their partner so just before snoring is getting loud enough to wake them up , of the pillow and that in turn reduces the volume snoring and then both partners can actually have continuously , there are high hopes for Nora and the company's Kickstarter campaign has raised close to four times a hundred thousand dollar goal