10 Hi-Tech Ways to Wake Up
Coffee Time alarm – The idea is to wake up with the smell of coffee. You pre-set your favorite coffee capsule into the hour-glass shaped alarm. At wake-up time, the steaming brew just pours into a waiting cup and the strong aroma of coffee arouses you. Designer: Elodie Delassus
Flying Alarm Clock – The alarm clock works like a “blowfly” that at the desired time it escapes from a cage in your room. It starts moving and producing sound around you – to turn it off you should catch it and put it back in the cage. Designer: Ena Macana
Stretching Clock - An alarm integrated into your pillow. To turn the buzzer off, you need to tug at the “arms” of the pillow; just like you’re stretching out with a good yawn. Designer: Seung-hee Ryu
Alarm Pillow – The pillow gently vibrates at the given hour, to wake you up with a buzz. And if you don’t get out of the bed, your head-weight acts as the snooze trigger. Designer: Seung Jun Jeong
Alarming Ring – Designed for people who hate the loud blaring sounds of a typical alarm. The charging cradle is where you set what time you want each ring to go off. The ring fits over the tip of your finger and when that opportune time arrives, it vibrates. Putting the ring back on the dock shuts off the alarm. Designer: Meng Fandi
Hasbro’s Room Tech Clock and Room Tech Lamp – The Room Tech Clock is an alarm clock but with some wireless effort , when the alarm goes off it will remotely switch on the Room Tech Lamp.
Tocky Rolling Ball Alarm Clock – This irregular shaped alarm clock rolls itself off your nightstand and runs away from you. Not only this, it even hides to wake you up in order to search it.
Laser Gun Target Alarm Clock – Simply set the alarm for the time you want to wake up and place it on the other side of the room. When the alarm sounds and it wakes you up, simply take the laser pointer and hit the middle of the bull’s eyes on the target. By the time, you manage to hit bull’s eyes, your eyes also will be wide-awake.
The Peaceful Progression Wake Up Clock - Thirty-minutes before your wake-up time, the light on this clock gradually brightens, while releasing faint aromatherapy scents and producing soft nature sounds. And finally at the set time, a buzzer sounds to make sure you wake up.
Carpet Alarm Clock – This alarm clock forces you to stand up to get out of bed. The rug alarm clock designed by Sofie Collin and Gustav Lanber, is essentially a carpet with a built in alarm. It’s sensors activate snooze only when a person’s standing weight is put on it.