(CNN) - Making a bed is nightmare for nearly everyone, and now one inventor says he has the perfect solution - a bed that makes itself. But, is it as dreamy as it sounds?
The invention is called the 'Smart Bed.' In just three seconds after it senses a human has left the bed, and it begins making itself.
A sidebar comes up, then a mechanical arm pops up that gathers the covers. The pillows are drawn up to make room for the covers, and the pillows plop back down on the bed once the covers are all up.
The entire process takes about 50 seconds.
Some think it's the answer to a problem which doesn't exist. But tell that to messy teenagers, like the one who took to YouTube to mimic her mom. She says, "You're gonna have to make this bed. This bed is not gonna make itself." Want to bet?
A Spanish entrepreneur made the prototype and is now looking for financial backing.
Who wouldn't want to snap their fingers like Mary Poppins and have beds make themselves or like George Jetson, get jettisoned out as the bed puts itself away?
The 'Smart Bed' would require you to buy special bottom sheets that Velcro on as well as a special duvet and pillowcases that accommodate cords that enable the bedding to move.
No price has been put on the bed since it's still a prototype.
But is the 'Smart Bed' smart enough to handle a nocturnal apocalypse with sheets and pillows strewn about like bodies on a battlefield?
The bed that makes itself makes a lot of people skeptical. One person posted, "Yeah, I can just see me getting up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom and coming back to find my bed made!"
If you don't like the sensor, you can always take it out of the automatic mode and go manual, so you just push a button to make the bed whenever you want.
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