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Anti Sleep Pilot keeps you awake behind the wheel

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on November 23rd, 2010

Being sleep deprived while driving is not a good idea. But as usual, there’s a gadget that can help. The Anti Sleep Pilot attaches to your dashboard and monitors your fatigue levels by using reaction times from tests which maintain alertness, among many other inputs.

Then it uses these personal calculations to recommend that you take a break when you are about to hit a critical driving fatigue level, and so it prevents accidents, keeping you and others safe.

Dream Jammies use an iPhone app to monitor your sleep, shake you awake

Posted in Apparel by Conner Flynn on October 6th, 2010

Forget alarm clocks. Dream Jammies will shake you awake. Alexander Reeder’s technologically enhanced pajamas are connected by a series of wires to an iPhone App that allows you to get shaken awake by someone connected to the other side. No matter how far away they may be.

The Dream Jammies are pretty ugly, but they are fitted with motion sensors that can tell whether the wearer is standing up, laying down or tossing and turning. The information is transmitted to their partner’s iPhone which indicates restful or restlessness via a colorful screen. If one partner shakes their iPhone, it wakes their sleeping partner.

Wink Glasses will keep you awake

Posted in Health by Conner Flynn on July 30th, 2009

Wink Glasses will keep you awakeWink Glasses are a clip-on device that monitors your alertness. How does it do this? By counting how often you blink. Your blink rate will tell it if you are getting tired. If it senses that you are dozing, the glass will turn opaque and supposedly, that will wake you up.

I don’t wear glasses, but if I did and I got tired, I doubt this would wake me up. Maybe the first few times. But I’m sure you get used to it and it wears off.

The Anti Sleep Driving Alarm keeps you awake

Posted in Automotive by Conner Flynn on May 19th, 2008

The Anti Sleep Driving Alarm keeps you awake
Many of us do not get the proper amount of sleep. That can be dangerous when you’re behind the wheel of a several ton killing machine. The last thing that you want to do is nod off and wake up in a hospital only to find out that you’ve ushered some other poor souls into the great beyond. Or worse never wake up again.

This little gadget sits on your ear and when your head tilts forward more than 30 degrees, a high pitched alarm will sound in your ear. It’s also great for all night gamers. You wouldn’t want to nod off in the middle of a crucial level. It will cost you $14.99 and could save your life. Probably best to get more sleep, though.