The team behind this smart table hopes to make users feel more productive and creative

Anyone that works in an office exposes themselves to a good amount of artificial light throughout the day. The team behind MONAI–a smart table with circadian light technology—wants to reverse some of the damage that staring at a computer all day underneath overhead lights can create on the mind.

Users set a time zone and MONAI adjusts its light source accordingly for an ideal circadian effect. The use of technological devices and artificial room lighting can affect melatonin production. The MONAI team hopes that the smart table can counteract some of these effects.

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