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  • Orro light switch aims to regulate circadian rhythms
  • Orro light switch aims to regulate circadian rhythms
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Orro light switch aims to regulate circadian rhythms

Smart light switch system Orro aims to mimic the natural patterns of light and dark and aid sleepers regulate their circadian rhythms. With people more attuned to their bodies’ natural patterns, tech tools can help them attain the holy grail of modern life  a good night’s sleep.  

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