CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, recently built a ‘sleep box’ for his wife Priscilla so that she sleeps better throughout the night and not worry about the time she has to wake their children up.
The Facebook genius took to Instagram and shared a picture of the ‘sleep box’ that sits on their nightstand and emits a very faint light between 6 am to 7 am, the time when Zuckerberg’s daughters are expected to wake up.
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The box, however, does not show the time as that is likely to stress Priscilla and not let her fall back asleep.
Explaining how the ‘sleep box’ works, Zuckerberg revealed that it is better than he had expected and now his wife can have a peaceful sleep at night.
“As an engineer, building a device to help my partner sleep better is one of the best ways I can think of to express my love and gratitude. A bunch of my friends have told me they'd want something like this, so I'm putting this out there in case another entrepreneur wants to run with this and build sleep boxes for more people!” he said.
A few days earlier, the social networking giant has said that it might be testing messages back into its main app, eliminating the need for a separate, standalone Messenger app. Recently, Facebook was spotted testing a new function that lets users interact with their friends over messages right inside the main Facebook app.