Wakē mounts to the wall behind your bed and works with your smartphone
When its time to get up, Wakē uses a body heat sensor to find where you are
Instead of using normal speakers that wake up everyone …
Wakē sends focused beams of light and sound directly to your location
Even if you are lying closely with your partner, Wakē sees a very accurate temperature graph and can pinpoint where you are.
Wakē creates a peaceful, dawn-like transition to wakefulness that doesn’t disturb others.
Wakē knows each user by the side of the bed they sleep on, so your partner can also wake up to Wakē when ready.
Parametric speakers use highly directional ultrasonic waves that interact to create a very narrow audible beam. Lucera Labs has filed a US patent on the use of a targeted parametric speaker for use in waking device.
The Wakē app will let you know
when the power is running low.
Wakē uses an IR
sensor to locate each
user in bed. It’s not a
Wakē uses a warm white LED that illuminates slowly, simulating a sunrise and helping you wake up naturally
Wakē pivots silently to direct light and sound only at the designated user
Wakē ’s batteries will need to be recharged a few times per year. Just plug the recharging cord in to Wakē ’s base while you go to work
Wakē ’s parametric speaker can wake a person lying in bed, while someone laying nearby keeps sleeping
It's super powerful, yet uses very little electricity. Over-the-air upgrades mean Wakē always has the latest features.
Light exposure helps you wake up faster, and research suggests “dawn simulators” reduce morning grogginess and help people cope with Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Wakē knows when you're up and moving and can cue home automation functions such as temperature and lighting control, starting your car, etc.
Baby monitoring apps that wake up only one parent for late-night feedings.
Private phone/text apps that alert only one person.
Reading light apps that use Wakē 's LED.