Tagged: prototype

Airweave Mattress Pad’s Success Story

Japanese mattress inventor, Motokuni Takaoka, has developed one of the best mattresses in the world that many athletes benefit from. He has, in fact, been to all of major sports events, including the Olympics, in order to find out how his design and inventions have helped sportsmen to become better at their game.

SMS Pillow by Philips

Sometime seven or eight years ago, Philips Research created a prototype that infuses sleep technology with mobile technology and called it the SMS Pillow. This prototype was show in a Berlin exhibit held in 2005.

What the pillow does is to send text message using the pillow itself, as it comes with LED embedding in the fabric, with the application just underneath it. It’s the fabric itself that actually does the trick but since I don’t see similar products anywhere, it’s safe to say that this idea never took flight, isn’t it?

Kids Come Up With eMattress Prototype

A group of young kids in the UK has devised a prototype mattress that apparently generates electricity as one is sleeping.

The mattress invention was undertaken by students of Catalyst Science Discovery Centre which was part of their National Enterprise Week. The students were tasked to come up with an item that can help save the environment.

Prototype Carpet Mattress

Underneath this living room carpet is an air bed that pumps up when there’s a need for extra sleeping space with guests. Storing is no problem with this, and so is space. But  we’re not sure how comfortable the air mattress/carpet mattress is.

Forever Blanket

Forever Blanket

Hey, how about this? A blanket that may also be used as a pillow and mattress, it’s the whole package. However, this is still just a prototype. I think it’s a great idea for frequent travelers who can just pack this one item and go.

Although, from the looks of it, I think that it can only fit petite sizes. How about a prototype for bigger people?

This bed is for the lazy bums

This bed is for the lazy bums

The bed still doesn’t carry a name, as this is only a prototype designed by Italian Engineer Enrico Berruti. He designed this one for three years, and has come up with a bed that has contraptions on either side of it. In the contraption is where one would wrap the bed linens, then an activating button will smoothen the bed surface, or set the linen in place.

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