Who needs that honking alarm clock when you have the Light Sleeper pillow and duvet, a design concept for bedding with electroluminescent threads embedded into it? Designers at loop.PH note that exposure to certain bright lights makes you feel better, especially in the wintertime. Problem is, your body is only receptive to these bright lights at certain times of the day, and apparently the best time is about one to two hours before waking.
So, Light Sleeper is designed to come on gradually, fading up in a natural breathing rhythm over 15 to 20 minutes at whatever time you designate. Set it for just the right time of the morning and it simulates a natural sunrise, providing the proper amount of light to reset those circadian rhythms.
Light Sleeper [Yanko Design]