Washington: A new sleeping mask lets users to have a nap of their choice of duration without worrying about sleep inertia.
The Napwell sleeping mask coaxes the wearer awake gently as it slowly lights up providing a soothing effect.
Developers Justin Lee and Neil Joglekar believe that the napping tool can help users feel more energized at work, better on plans or establish a new sleeping plan, Tech Crunch reports.
According to the report, the device lets users set a nap duration and then nod off and once the user nears the end of nap, the mask slowly lights up with a diffuse.
Lee said that the Napwell is far more portable than other sleeping masks, is battery operated and doesn't need Wi-Fi Bluetooth or a smartphone to make it work.
The Napwell starts at 50 dollars for a production unit and will ship in September, the report added.