Tech developer Cambridge Sound Management recently unveiled its plans of releasing their latest innovation – a system that makes use of two speakers to create a ‘sound blanket’ that is designed to block disruptive sounds while keep the conversation taking place in the room private.
CSM refers to it as ‘the world’s first smart sleep system’ that is customized according to a room’s architecture and acoustics through the use of its two-unit system that offers up to 15 different sound blankets especially developed with the purpose to reduce disruptive indoor and outdoor noises.
The system is able to perform this function through its ability to take into account the architecture of the room like wood floors, windows and carpet and utilize the walls within to create a sound blanket of sorts. The sound blanket then serves as a form of uniform coverage. The system can also play different nature sounds to help ease users to sleep.
Nightingale is controlled through its iOS and Android smartphones apps or a web browser. Users can program Nightingale to function according to their convenience. It can even connect to other smart home devices such as Amazon Alexa, Philips Hue, Nest and Ring through the IFTTT platform.
The system is equipped with a LED night light with 4 different colour options.
While the system is still a part of a Kickstarter campaign wherein the team is trying to raise as many funds as they, one can expect the availability of this product by February 2017 at a starting price of $149 (approx Rs 10,000)....