Soothing Device Uses Light To Help You Sleep

Soothing Device Uses Light To Help You Sleep
Design

Although the idea of using light to fall asleep sounds counter-intuitive, the LightSleeper uses a special method to lull users to sleep.

Kyle Studstill
  • 17 november 2009

At PSFK we’ve been tracking different ways that people are making innovative uses of light to create soothing environments. The LightSleeper does this by projecting a path onto the ceiling that draws the user’s mind into relaxing patters. Although the idea of using light to fall asleep sounds counter-intuitive,  LightSleeper’s product page describes why we need this kind of device:

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