Utilizing induction heating and stainless steel ball bearings, water in The Barisieur alarm clock boils and is siphoned over coffee grounds or tea leaves to drip into the included cup while you sleep. Its wood and steel base also holds a cooler for cream or milk that can be activated by an infrared sensor to not waste power if the machine is empty. The components themselves are crafted from stainless steel and laboratory-grade borosilicate glass. Read more for another video, additional pictures and information.
“Imagine waking up to a sweet coffee aroma, and only needing to roll over to enjoy the first taste. You just simply set up the coffee-making portion the night before, and once the alarm goes off, the Barisieur starts working. Now they only need to make a scrambled eggs, toast, bacon and hash browns alarm clock,” reports WPLG Local 10.