Philips introduces an innovative alarm clock that “replicates a sunrise to wake you up naturally — starts a half hour before you want to get up, and it slowly gets brighter over 30 minutes.” The “Wake Up” light will be released later this year in France. No word yet on pricing. Video overview (courtesy of ShinyMedia) after the jump.

This lets your body know that the sun is coming up and reduces your body’s production of melatonin, a sleep-inducing hormone

[via SciFi]

Philips introduces an innovative alarm clock that “replicates a sunrise to wake you up naturally — starts a half hour before you want to get up, and it slowly gets brighter over 30 minutes.” The “Wake Up” light will be released later this year in France. No word yet on pricing. Video overview (courtesy of ShinyMedia) after the jump.

This lets your body know that the sun is coming up and reduces your body’s production of melatonin, a sleep-inducing hormone

[via SciFi]