Those who overtire themselves through anxiety, inveterate gaming or other excesses of our strenuous life so much that they find themselves unable to go to sleep (or maybe just plagued by insomnia for reasons unknown) will be interested in an invention by a student at the University of Central Lancashire that induces drowse. A company in the UK converted the idea into a gadget called LightSleeper that looks rather like an egg on a plate.
The aperture in the egg throws a patch of light on the ceiling that moves so as to hypnotize you to sleep. So next year you may expect to get relief from insomnia for £125 or $209.
Source of the image: dvice.com.