SleepCogni uses light, sound and touch to help you get a solid night’s rest
13Nov

The electrostatic speakers emit music and landscapes of differing tempo, timbre and pitch also intended to ...

A solid night’s sleep isn’t always achievable for everyone and research has suggested that our increasing tendency to stare into LED screens isn’t helping our cause, with the blue light emitted by our devices impacting our body’s natural melatonin production. British inventor Richard Mills says he has come up with a way to counter some of the inherent difficulties in winding down. His SleepCogni bedside device places a small rectangular frame over the head of the user that’s designed to entice them into relaxation mode with gentle sequences of light, sound and even vibration.

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