The Naptime Smart Eyeshade Uses EEG Technology

 - Dec 27, 2016
References: indiegogo
In a time of constant connectivity, getting a good stretch of shut eye can be exceedingly difficult, but the Naptime smart eyeshade is using technology to help people's sleeps rather than hinder them. Far more than just a blind for sleeping without letting in light, the Naptime smart eyeshade uses EEG technology to ensure that users not only fall asleep, but feel better rested when they awake.

Naptime connects to a small device embedded in the eyeshade and to one's smartphone. Through the user's smartphone and headphones, Naptime plays music that is carefully selected to be as calming as possible. Once the user has fallen asleep, the shade will switch to white noise. Then, when the EEG sense that the user is in a light sleep phase, it will wake them up by switching back to music.