Smart Bedding For Lazy People

Introducing an invention for people with money to burn or lazy people. The makers of Smart Bedding use a bunch of, well, buttons basically, to keep the top sheet and duvet cover in line. They want to solve the hassles of sheets bunching up while you sleep and tucking oversized top sheets under your bed. Ooook…Preorder here.

Sleep Under The Stars Without Going Outside

Sleeping under the stars is nice and all, but dealing with the cold and mosquitoes kinda kills the mood. The Cosmos Bed by designer Natalia Rumyantseva eliminates all those pesky nuisances. Behold a white, fiberglass structure that resembles a cut-out egg. Overhead, LED lights form some night stars. Fall asleep to an audio system that plays music or white noise. The built-in fragrance dispensers pump out scents to help you sleep. Ladies will go crazy for this.

Hack Your Sleep With This New Invention

Computers and robots will take over the world. It’s a certainty. Heck, they can evenĀ learn from their experiences now. The markers on the path towards robot domination are little inventions like Withings Aura ($299). This device measures and optimizes the users’ sleep patterns. It’ll decide the best time to wake up in a sleep cycle, record heart rates, movements and breathing patterns and feed it back to a smartphone. And then upload it to the great robot overlords in the sky.

There’s two parts to the Aura, a small pad you slip underneath a pillow and a lamp. The pad measures biological input such as heart rates, breathing, etc., mentioned before. The lamp checks the room for temperature, noise and light. It also emits a red glow to help you sleep, a blue one to help you wake and a green light for when the girlfriend feels frisky tonight. They left out the option where it can broadcast your boss’ monotonous voice. “Time to get up, Worker #2132”. *Attach brain wave connector to slot in neck and begin work day 29,332*