Inspired by the Philips Wake-Up Light and the awesome holographic displays develop by Looking Glass Factory, I wanted to explore what future wake-up lights, using affordable holographic technology, could look like. The Solaris Holographic Light is shaped to match the arc of the sun / moon (..and Chicago's Cloud Gate). It has 3 primary purposes: 1) simulate sunrise / sunset to help us wake up and fall asleep, 2) simulate sunlight throughout the day and 3) act as a nightlight by simulating the moon moving across the night sky. The UI (including time display and settings) is on a touch screen at the top of the device. The screen is off by default and motion activated to keep the device as simple as possible.