A revolutionary smart mask promises to help you stave off the dreaded effects of jet lag by preparing your body for the time difference before you even board the flight.
It syncs with an app to tell you when to seek light in the days before a journey, and artificially triggers sensors in your eyes during the flight to trick the brain into adjusting to the new time zone.
The NeuroOn mask can also help non-travellers regulate their sleeping patterns and get a better night's kip.
NeuroOn was designed by Warsaw-based Kamil Adamczyk, 24, from the Intel Clinic.
It is fitted with sensors that monitor brainwaves, eye movement, oxygen levels and the wearer's body temperature before sending this information to an app on their connected phone.
After analysing the data, the mask will wake the wearer up when they are in the lightest stage of their sleep cycle and therefore closest to being awake.
This is done using Bright Light Therapy which artificially triggers the light sensors in a person's eyes to make their brain believe the sun is coming up.
This makes their body feel as though it is morning and that they are waking up naturally.
The therapy can be used to rouse people gently so that they feel more refreshed and less tired.
Or it can trick the brain into thinking it is in a different time zone.
Mr Adamczyk said: 'The NeuroOn is an artificial light source - it activates the light sensitive receptors that send information to our brains.
'More specifically it targets the pineal gland - the part of the brain that produces melatonin, the sleep hormone.
'The device understands our body clock and with light therapy it can manage the production of sleep hormone in the brain.
'Another important feature of the device was the design - the mask is touching your face for the whole night, so it must be extremely comfortable and functional at the same time.'
Mr Adamczyk, from Warsaw in Poland, came with the idea for the NeuroOn when he was struggling to sleep during his exams at a medical university.
He said: 'I was running out of time and skipped sleeping - I was constantly tired and but still had problems falling asleep.
'I started looking for information about why I couldn't fall asleep even when I'm tired. That's when I discovered that our body clock could be controlled externally.'
The project was funded using Kickstarter and is currently in the prototype stage.
The final product will be sent out in September to those who backed the project on Kickstarter and also those who pre-ordered a model.
The sleeping mask, which is machine washable, can be pre-ordered on NeuroOn's website for $299 and will be shipped internationally after the initial run is processed.