About



Have you ever felt as though there weren’t enough hours in the day? Drowning in work that needs to be done but no time or energy to do it? The Spider Regenerative Headpiece can help. Equipped with our specially designed neurotransmitters, the Spider gives the individual the feeling of a full night’s rest, without requiring a wink of sleep. Furthermore, it also improves body’s natural ability to stay awake by improving circulation via posture corrective technologies.

The Spider Regenerative Headpiece can help you accomplish goals unobtainable through caffeine alone. It seeks to prevent fatigue at the most crucial times of the day (or night). When we stay up late doing work we oftentimes neglect not only the few precious hours we have of sleep, but also our bodies. The Spider tracks posture patterns to help you improve your circulation and prevent back problems. It uses the data collected to illustrate to you what parts of the body you should be paying more attention to to prevent permanent damage to the spine or important blood vessels.

History


The Spider regenerative headpiece was created in 2035 by graduate students at UCLA after being frustrated that they could not complete all their assignments in the time allotted to them because their bodies physically did not allow them to without needing sleep. Furthermore, they noticed that extended hours of hunching over their desk lead to them experiencing back pains. Ironically after extensive hours of missing sleep and working with both the engineering and neurology departments, the Spider regenerative headpiece was born.

Features


There are several features to the Spider regenerative headpiece that can appeal to the busy bee of the 21st century. Firstly, it contains neurotransmitters that help one feel like they’re getting their 8 hours of rest while they are awake, going about their productive lives. It also collects data from the back muscles and nerves to illustrate to you any errors in posture that can cause fatigue in the muscles after you remove the headpiece. The effects of the Spider last until the next night of rest is needed. Once you remove the headpiece, it leaves you feeling rested. All data can be monitored after the headpiece is removed as well. Spider users can log in online to read all the information collected by their device. Here, one can read personalized tips and pointers to improve their posture, and overall physical wellness. One can also choose to be notified by their device via haptic feedback anytime they are sitting or standing improperly.

User Stories


Jessica is a 21 year-old senior at University of California, Berkeley. She is taking the maximum number of units he could possibly take, and she works 3 jobs on campus. She enjoys going to the gym and staying in shape. She makes sure to set aside time for homework most of the time, but it oftentimes interferes with her gym time. Jessica is exhausted but could barely afford to get more than 3 hours of sleep a night, and finals are coming up. She is beginning to feel incredibly lethargic and it is affecting her performance at work and in class, so she begins to search for answers. Jessica eventually stumbles upon a flyer from the neurology department for a device called the Spider that would allow her to power through her study sessions in a breeze without wasting any time sleeping, nor feeling the need to sleep. It works out for her and she aces all her finals without having to sacrifice sick hours at work.

Daniel is a truck driver from Southern California trying to earn a living 6 days a week. His job often calls for long drives whether that be in traffic or harsh weather conditions for extended periods of time. A few months in, he notices it is becoming increasingly harder for him to stay awake in between deliveries, and he is starting to feel a sharp pain in his lower back. His wife suggests a device she saw advertised in an infomercial called The Spider that would not only keep him safe and alert during his drives, but also would help with his back pain by notifying him of what he is doing wrong to damage his back muscles. It is both lightweight and does not interfere with his tasks on the job, so he instantly falls in love. The Spider has found another happy customer.

Activity Tracker


Along with tracking general usage, the Spider also records posture patterns to help you improve your circulation and prevent back problems. It uses the data collected to illustrate to you what parts of the body you should be paying more attention to to prevent permanent damage to the spine or important blood vessels. To start tracking your activity, simply put in your Spider code below:


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