If you are sleeping with your husband and his morning alarm disturbs you everyday. Then you have not to worry about because there is a device called Wake alarm which targets individual sleepers with using LED light and targeted speaker while leaving the other blissfully unaware.
About Wake Alarm –
Wake mounted to the wall above the bed and uses an in-built body heat sensor to locate each individual sleeper. The company [LUCERA LABS] claims the device will work “even if you’re snuggled closely to someone”.
Wake uses a white LED to slowly light the area around a sleeper’s face – simulating a gentle sunrise.The smart alarm can pivot in its wall-mount to focus directly on an individual sleeper.
It uses parametric speakers to create a narrow beam of audio (some four to six degrees wide) which can reportedly only be heard by one sleeper. Wake can tell when the sleeper has decided to face the day and has got out of bed using its body-heat sensors.”You can’t sleep through your alarm with Wake – it knows when you’ve gotten out of bed and when you haven’t,” the KickStarter page promises potential backers.
Wake turns itself off when you’ve gotten up. So no need to fumble for an ‘off’ button.
“Left early? Wake knows you’ve already left and won’t use your alarm to get up others by mistake.”
The alarm is controlled using a smartphone app, which will be available on iOS and Android.This app doubles-up as a standard alarm clock, if the Wake runs out of battery during the night. Kickstarter backers can get their hands on a Wake smart alarm by pledging $249 (£167) or more.If the campaign reaches its goal, the first Wake units will begin shipping to backers in September, the creator confirmed.
You can start your day peacefully while others continue resting. It’s how 21st century humans are supposed to wake up
– Will Russell, founder
Launched on crowd-funding website Kickstarter last month – Wake Alarm trying to raise $100,000 (£66,930) by May 30. The clever alarm is the brainchild of Los Angeles-based design and engineering company, Lucera Labs. Will Russell, the company’s 34-year-old founder, told The Times:
“If modern technology can solve so many problems, why do we still wake up the same way we did 30 years ago?”You can start your day peacefully while others continue resting. It’s how 21st century humans are supposed to wake up.”