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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.

Sweat Alarm alerts you to night time heat

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on September 30th, 2008

Sweat Alarm alerts you to night time heatThis odd device in the form of a fugly watch is for those who sweat a lot during a deep sleep. It’s worn on your wrist or ankle, usually with comments from your other half like, “What the hell is that?” or “How much of OUR money did it cost you strap that ugliness to your ankle?”. Which is followed by something being thrown at you and you sleeping on the couch.

The idea is that it vibrates and wakes you up when it detects you sweating during sleep. I guess it doesn’t occur to some people to sleep without blankets. And doesn’t your body naturally wake you when you are too hot? I’m calling BS on this device and if you buy it your wife should knee you in the nuts.

Mail Chime lets you know when you have mail

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 21st, 2008

Mail Chime lets you know when you have mail
What we have here is basically a doorbell for your mailbox. It’s a transmitter and receiver combination with a 300 foot range. When mail is deposited into your box, an alarm will sound and you’ll see a red LED light until the mail is retrieved.

This sounds absolutely ridiculous right, because you probably need the exercise of checking the mail more often anyway. But for some people, especially those in apartments, checking the mail may involve leaving the apartment and going all the way down a flight of stairs or more, only to find there’s no mail. That’s the sort of situation this comes in handy for. It’s only $49.95.