The OHEA Smart Bed makes itself after you get up.

The people at OHEA note that making the bed after getting up is a daily chore. Although it might seem a minor one, it has the character of a ritual that must be carried out, so much so that many people are simply unable to leave the home without having made their bed and this often gives rise to conflicts and arguments between parents and children.

It’s a proven fact that for many people making their bed after getting up can be a tiresome, even painful task; sometimes out of sheer habit, other times because one is in a hurry and lacks time.

There are also many instances in which because of advanced age, some genetic defect, some type of physical disability or because of an accidents, the individual is simply unable to make the bed or where to do so the person would have to make an extraordinary effort which itself could end up being detrimental to the person’s health.

The Smart Bed's weight sensor detects you leaving the bed and waits three seconds before activating.

A mechanism in the headboard pulls the pillows straight and raises them.

Then, lids running down the sides of the mattress open and a pair of robotic arms hook the cords in the sheet at the foot of the bed and run along the side to the head of the bed, straightening the sheet.

Finally, the pillows are dropped back onto the bed.

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