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Now, robotic bed that makes itself after you wake up

Published On: Tue, Jun 12th, 2012 | Biotechnology | By BioNews

A Spanish furniture manufacturer has invented a bed that makes itself when it is unoccupied.

The device by OHEA features a mechanised system that swings into action when the person gets off the bed.

The mechanical arms then grab the edges of the duvet, while levers lift and straighten the pillows, the Sun reported.

The entire process takes about 50 seconds from start to finish, after which the bed is ready to be slept in again.

The firm has yet to reveal how much their Smart Bed will cost.

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