Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg builds machine to help his wife sleep better

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg builds machine to help his wife sleep better

- Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg builds machine to help his wife sleep better

- The brilliant innovator shared a photo of the machine on social media and offered to give the idea to any engineer willing to take it up

- He added that it is a sleep box that has been very helpful to his romantic partner of over six years

Many people, for many years, try to create and innovate the perfect equipment that will solve people's problems in hope that will imprint their name in history and make money from it. While some succeed, some other fail. However, the real blessing is watching an already successful innovator build more things.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been listed on Forbes many times as one of the richest people in the world. Constantly, the happily married man keeps proving how much of a brilliant innovator he is.

In a recent Instagram post, the father of two shared a photo of a machine which he named sleeping box. He stated that he built it for his wife who usually wakes in the middle of the night to check her time for the sake of the kids and providing their needs.

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However, having to wake to check her time often disrupted her sleep and for which reason, Zuckerberg built the machine to help her wake at the right time to go check on the kids.

He revealed that it has been helpful and also offered to give the idea to any engineer willing to create the sleeping box.

Read his post below:

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Meanwhile, the Zuckerberg's captured many hearts on social media recently when they posed in matching pajamas to celebrate thanksgiving.

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