PEGASI smart sleep glasses

For a better sleep

Your natural sleep assistant

30 minutes per day, improve your sleep quality in a better way.

PEGASI smart sleep glasses

For a better sleep

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NASA
Technology Testing

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NSBA
Reliable Testing

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CES
Annual Innovation Award

Major benefits

Sleep better

Improve sleep quality

Regulate your biological clock via offering you faster sleep and better sleep quality

Feel energizer

Boost energy

PEGASI helps you feel energized during days and perform better at work

Beat Jet lag

Beat jet lag

No more jet lag problems even to cross several time zones in business trips

Keep the sleep disorders away

Fatigued in the morning

Languid during the day

Sleep-wake inversion

Hard to fall asleep

Excessive dreams

Easy to wake up

Irritable

Beat jet lag during business trips

Help you feel energized at work

Regulate biological clock

Improve work efficiency

Solve sleep problems

Improve sleep quality

Regulate sleep cycle

Fatigued in the morning

Languid during the day

Sleep-wake inversion

Hard to fall asleep

Excessive dreams

Easy to wake up

Irritable

Beat jet lag during business trips

Help you feel energized at work

Regulate biological clock

Improve work efficiency

Solve sleep problems

Improve sleep quality

Regulate sleep cycle

Beat jet lag during business trips

Help you feel energized at work

Regulate biological clock

Improve work efficiency

Solve sleep problems

Improve sleep quality

Regulate sleep cycle

Before After

Scientifically proven

Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins

Our eyes aren't just for seeing. They also help regulate our body's master clock in the suprachiasmatic nucleus, or SCN. When light enters our eyes, it triggers nerve impulses that zip down our optic nerves and relay information about ambient light levels to the SCN

NASA

NASA

The lights suppress melatonin, which could help to better manage circadian rhythms, hence provide better sleep on the station.

Brown University

Brown University

Melatonin is an important endogenous hormone which can regulate the biological clock, sleep and metal states.

Harvard Medical School

Harvard Medical School

Blue light and green light plays an important role in impacting the body’s natural internal body clock and the release of hormones such as melatonin

Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins

Our eyes aren't just for seeing. They also help regulate our body's master clock in the suprachiasmatic nucleus, or SCN. When light enters our eyes, it triggers nerve impulses that zip down our optic nerves and relay information about ambient light levels to the SCN

NASA

NASA

The lights suppress melatonin, which could help to better manage circadian rhythms, hence provide better sleep on the station.

24H sleep assistant

PEGASI closed-loop sleep optimization technology is achieved by interlinking the sleep monitoring device and the sleep improvement device via the PEGASI APP. The AI platform will then provide a personalized solution for those who suffer from insomnia through cloud computing and big data analysis.
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Adjusting in 7 days
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