The Hermit Nap Station Uses Tech to Give Geeks a Rest

By: Katherine Vong - Published: Jan 27, 2010 • References: engadget & techeblog
For the web-nomad on the go, personal space and quiet privacy can be hard to come by (especially if your office happens to be at Starbucks or a similar environment). Enter the Hermit Nap Station, a privacy sleeping pod by Australian Design Science student Kerry Jia Yi Lin.

The Hermit Nap station is described as an "experimental interactive shell" which encloses a felt shell around you once its RFID tags have sensed that you've crossed your arms and put your head down for rest. Watch the video to see what the Hermit Nap Station can do for you. Stats for Blogger Sleep Shells Trending: Older & Warm
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