Smart Bed Makes Itself After You Get Up
This innovative furniture straightens itself in 50 seconds, saving sleepers time and effort.
Spanish furniture maker OHEA introduces the world’s first automated bed that makes itself. Saving sleepers from the mundane task of making their beds every morning, the smart bed is equipped with a device that enables it to automatically straighten the bedding. In a mere 50 seconds, this bed from the future activates its mechanical arm with two rollers which pulls the duvet up to the head of the bed. At the same time, the pillows are straightened by cords attached to the pillowcases after which the panels rotate elevating the pillows.
Once the upper coverlet has been stretched to the head of the bed, the pillows fall back onto it. Best of all, the bed contains a safety feature that will prevent the mechanism from activating when the person is still in bed. A switch on the bed-frame offers two settings — manual and automatic, the latter of which will detect will detect when the bed has no occupancy and activate after three seconds. Check out a demo video of this futuristic bed below.
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