Zeo Inc has shut down and took all its data with it. They have sold their assets, and the website is dead. This thread will likely contain many dead links to Zeo’s site. Old versions can be found by pasting the link at http://web.archive.org.
The Zeo page on Wikipedia has a section that lists some alternatives and workarounds -
This post will be updated to reflect the current state of affairs. In the meantime, please see Dan’s post #4 below.
As a former Zeo user, you might be able to:
- Upgrade your Zeo with the new firmware if you have not already done so, so it will store unencrypted data which can be accessed without the Zeo website.
- Depending on how long you plan to use your Zeo, you may want to buy replacement headbands (~$15 each, I think you can get a year’s use out of them). Amazon still stocks the original bedside unit’s replacement headbands and the cellphone/mobile unit replacement headbands but who knows how many they still have?
I’m sad that they’re closing down. I’ve run so many experiments with my Zeo, and there doesn’t seem to be any successor devices on the horizon: all the other sleep devices I’ve read of are lame accelerometer-based gizmos.
Current state of affairs (October 2015)
- @woodinblack’s viewer app can recover data. See also @Jay_Aitchsee’s resources summary and data retrieval post, as well as @zimmerma379’s decoder.
- Encrypted data can be decrypted with @bo3bber’s app.
- Electrodes can be replaced or equivalent DIY ones can be made
- The battery can be replaced as shown in post #389
- A reimplementation of the SmartAwake feature for Android and code to display CSV sleep data have been open sourced on GitHub.
Here are some sleep stats from Zeo’s former site.