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The Force Field Cloak Was Made for Children Afraid of the Dark

 - Oct 4, 2017
References: forcefieldfun & kickstarter
Fear of the dark is a common phobia among children, which is why designers Terry Sachetti and Aaron Bible created the 'Force Field Cloak' -- an inventive tool that offers frightened children more confidence.

Essentially, the Force Field Cloak is a colorful, seemingly magical blanket, which parents can gift to children who struggle to sleep through the night. The blanket serves as not only a comforting nightlight, but an imaginary "force field" that monsters can't penetrate.

No, this device isn't dangerous, but it does help a child sleep soundly by offering perceived protection against any monsters. The Force Field Cloak features a non-toxic glow-in-the-dark ink that charges by exposure to natural light -- a full charge only takes about 10 minutes, promising a glow which will last eight to 10 hours.