Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg says he has built a luminous wooden box that helps his wife sleep through the night while taking care of her children.
The invention – also called a "sleeping box" – gives off a faint light between 6 am And Zuckerberg's spouse Priscilla Chan knows that the couple's two toddler daughters are about to wake up without having to call their phone.
"Being a mother is hard, and since we had children, Priscilla has had a tough kid time to sleep through the night," 34-year-old Zuckerberg wrote in an Instagram post.
"She'll wake up and check the time on her phone to see if the kids could wake up soon, but then know that time is overwhelming her and she can not fall asleep again.
Since the box does not show the time, Chan can now fall asleep again without being afraid to sleep too long. And the light is visible enough to let her know when it's okay to wake up, but weak enough that "she will not wake her up when she's still sleeping," Zuckerberg said.
The billionaire CEO said that he announced his creation In this case, an entrepreneur wants to join in the idea and build the boxes for a larger audience.
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"As an engineer, a device that helps my partner sleep better is one of the best ways I can think to express my love and gratitude ", he wrote. "Some of my friends have told me that they want something like that …"
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