Although Dyson rarely enters new product categories, it has unveiled its second new product in less than two months today – a new humidifier that uses ultraviolet light to clean the air. Dyson was said to have spent $60 million for its development, where an emphasis on hygiene and an even distribution of air was made. According to Jason Dyson, the company’s founder, the humidifier will kill 99.99 percent of bacteria before starting to moisten the air. The Dyson humidifier is made from polycarbonate and features a three-liter water tank enabling the machine to last up to 18 hours. It also has a remote control to set a sleep timer and change between 10 levels of airflow. For those of you eager to get your hands on one of these, the Dyson Humidifier will be launching in Japan first and won’t make it to the U.S. until the fall of 2015.