The UK based architecture company Kawamura-Ganjavian has released its plans for a new 'ostrich pillow', that will allow travellers and commuters to sleep anywhere, anytime. The pillow has been stuffed with synthetic material to make it light and to block out background noise.
The pillow is shaped a little like a large helmet - but one that covers the whole of your face. There are also breathing holes for your mouth and storage holes for your hands if you happen to be taking a nap on a desk. Unlike existing pillows designed to help travellers fall asleep, such as neck supports, the ostrich pillow doubles up as an eye mask and a pillow - making you feel isolated from events around you, in a good way.
The creators claim to have tested their product in airports, on public transport, at the office and even on the floor - declaring that the pillow really does work everywhere. The designers are currently trying to raise the money to launch the product on Kickstarter - a funding platform for creative products.
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