Before you get too excited about news of the Ohea self-making bed that's making the blog rounds, take a closer look. You can skip the first half of the video, as the "action" doesn't start until 0:50. However, pay attention in the beginning at 0:09, when she hits that switch:
Are you kidding me with that switch and the labels? Did somebody make those, like, lefty?I'd think this project was a student gag, but looking through the creators' website reveals some details: For one, you cannot use standard bedding. In order for the bed to work you need the special sheets, duvets and pillowcases made by the company. The bottom sheet must remain attached to the mattress via velcro, and there are cords running through both the pillowcases and the duvet. Additionally, "The plastic on each side of the comforter must be introduced into the appropriate slots and the cords on the pillowcases go into their corresponding slots." Not sure if this means cool-patch-seekers can or can't flip the pillow over.
The copy lists one of the reasons to buy this bed as "You'll never again argue with your mate or children." Uh, really?