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'Jeggo' Uses Light and Sound to Help Travelers Acclimatize to Time Zones

 - May 20, 2017
References: vimeo & psfk
'Jeggo' is the name of a system that uses a combination of light and sound in order to help travelers become better adjusted to a new time zone.

Feelings of jet lag can leave travelers feeling tired and sluggish, but Jeggo aims to help individuals overcome these issues. The device can be set to the time of one's desired destination, and it will use light to help the body adjust to the new sunrise and sunset times. Alongside light, Jeggo also emits soothing natural sounds to help travelers clear their minds and slip into relaxation. The system can be operated remotely by woolen controls that can be intuitively used to adjust the lights and sounds emitted.

While there are medications that can be taken to reduce the effects of jet lag, this system offers a natural, non-invasive way to help the body gently acclimatize to change.