This curious piece of headgear is called the Ostrich Pillow. It’s “a soft cocoon that encases a person’s head and hands, allowing the person to take a power nap in relative privacy wherever they please.” Provided you aren’t claustrophobic or afraid of the dark, this might be just the ticket for finally getting some sound sleep on planes, trains, and maybe even at work (on your lunchbreak, of course).

The Ostrich Pillow was designed in 2011 by architecture studio Kawamura-Ganjavian. Last year production of the pillow was successfully funded via Kickstarter. If you didn’t get in on that, you can now order your own Ostrich Pillow at Studio Banana Things. Sweet dreams!

[via Laughing Squid]