For those who are tired of hearing snoring people at night, the company Hupnos has invented a new tech gadget that eliminates noise. By inventing a device that is capable of silencing this insomnia-causing noise, humanity is heading towards better sleep and even greater technologies.
New Tech That Kills Snoring
Hupnos invented a self-learning mask that analyzes and corrects your snoring patterns. To use the mask, you first need to connect the gadget to your smartphone. Then, put the mask on and go to bed. During your sleep, the mask detects, analyzes, and corrects your snoring patterns. To do this, the device sends tiny vibrations to your airways to eliminate snoring.
Our Future Will Be Free of Unpleasant Sounds
If you are sensitive to unpleasant sounds, and the aforementioned new tech seems like a great invention to you, you might consider purchasing other interesting gadgets in the future. When there is demand, there is supply. On the funny end, there could be gadgets that lower the sound volume of your farts. On the more serious end, there could be some wearable that sends noise-eliminating waves, every time a commercial plays. Similarly to the IRL Glasses that block ads on screens, the next generation of sound elimination devices will be able to block the sounds of commercials.
Full Control of the Environment
The upcoming era will likely be characterized by mindful self-control gadgets. As intelligent creatures, we seem to be increasing our capability to control our surroundings. With new obstacles, we are able to invent new solutions to remove the issues. Whether they are unpleasant sights, smells, or sounds, we are capable of finding ways to eliminate these obstacle. Without noise distractions around us, we will likely be able to focus on things that really matter to us. Once you take care of unpleasant snoring noises at night, you can rest assured that you will be able to handle important things the next day.
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