Brand new Start to get up early using Wakē Alarm Clock

Posted: April 5, 2015 Updated: April 5, 2015 by onlineph | Filed under Health, Internet, Technology.

Battling against oversleeping? Hate to get late at work because you fail to set the alarm?

Recently, Wakē released a new breed of alarm that can intelligently target individual users and wake up one sleeper without rousing the other. Lucera Labs launched it on Kickstarter this week.


According to the company, after you put the device mounted to the wall above the bed, it can be use an infrared camera and special body-tracking software to discern where each person is lying. When it’s time to wake up, Wakē silently takes aim, rotates into position, and then directs a tight burst of light and sound at their face.

The device uses a set of parametric speakers capable of focusing sound into a narrow beam. Meanwhile, if Wakē is pointed straight at your head, you will hear it aloud. If you’re outside of the beam’s small radius, the sound is weak. One of the great things about Wake is that it can track your sleep patterns to determine when you’re dreaming.

Check out their Kickstarter site for a pledge worth $250, and if all goes well, they will ship its first batch on September.

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