As the world's first olfactory alarm clock, SensorWake has the potential to revolutionize your morning experience. If the smell of hot croissants does more for your senses than loud beeping noises, you're in for one happy morning. The clock was invented in Paris by Guillaume Rolland and Google called it one of the top 15 inventions to change the world for its take on pleasure and incentive.
The SensorWake experience offers a scent for every person, from foods like croissants, candy and coffee to natural smells like forests and oceans, or even money if that's what inspires you to get going. The scents released through SensorWake's groundbreaking diffusion system are both solvent-free and environmentally friendly.
And for those worried that smell is not enough, the SensorWake is equipped with an alarm clock that automatically goes off after three minutes if you're not awake (or have a stuffy nose!)
The clock is the first of many inventions that are adapting to the mentality that waking up should be a pleasurable experience and not one filled with dread and anxiety for what's to come.