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Dreamlight mask uses light and sound to lull you to sleepCan you relax when there's a pillow wrapped around your head that streams a barrage of ambient nose into your ears and pulses orange light onto your eyelids? I felt more amped than calm when I tried on the Dreamlight, a Bluetooth-connected sleep mask on display on Tuesday at the CES tech show here in Las Vegas.
Dreamlight's smart eye mask is designed to help you sleepThe chunky foam eye mask wraps around your head and is secured by velcro, with special inserts to ensure no light can peek in around your nose. Inside, however, are flexible circuits that house a quartet of speakers, infra-red sensors, an optical heart-rate monitor and LED panels in front of your eyes.
CES 2018: Cool gadgets from the showThe Dreamlight is a high-tech eye pillow designed to help you get more rest. The device uses soothing sounds, such as a rainforest, and special lights to improve your rest. The company also claims it can assist with jet lag and offer a "beauty facial." The product will launch a crowd-funding campaign later this month.
Someone reinvented the sleep mask'Dreamlight' is a rechargeable sleep mask that claims to help better your sleep using light-technology and ambient sounds.
I tried out a sleep mask that emits light from the inside to wake you up naturallyStartup Dreamlight debuted a new sleep mask at CES that makes a number of promises, including the ability to lessen the effects of jet lag, recommend adjustments to your sleep habits based on your 23andMe profile, and, um, project infrared light to supposedly help with under eye circles.