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Watch A Floating Pillow Somehow Support The Weight Of A Brick

How is this floating pillow supporting the weight of this brick? Magic? Some sort of invisible string? Maybe it’s an illusion to make it look like the pillow is floating and spinning but it really isn’t? CGI!? Nope.

The Universal Pillow Remote Of My Lazy Dreams

After waiting years for it to become reality, there is now an honest to god universal pillow remote. Screw a Harmony, I’ll take the most comfortable and most impossible to lose remote there is. It’s only 30 US bucks at Brookstone too.

Concept Alarm Clock Pillow Will Vibrate You Awake

This concept combines the best part of sleeping, your pillow, with the worst part of sleeping, your alarm clock. You pull the tab to set the alarm and when the time is right, the entire pillow vibrates to wake you up.

MPillow Concept Is Both Cushion, Light Show and MP3 Player

The MPillow is a technogel-filled music player-cushion combo to aid relaxation, that connects via wireless to your computer. Designed by Per Arlander, Madiene Linstrom and Ozgur Tasar, you can either download your own music or listen to the ambient whale-fart sounds available on the MPillow itself. The lights change according to your musical tastes, apparently. A couple more pictures of the MPillow being fondled by a lay-dee and in light-up mode are below.

Computerised Pillow Reduces Snoring and Gives Neck Massages

German scientist Daryoush Bazargani has invented a computerised pillow that can stop you from snoring. Where this one improves on previous attempts is that it actually tries to stop your snoring itself, rather than just telling you how you should have slept the next morning. Bazargani’s pillow inflates and deflates different chambers to adjust your head and clear your airwaves. And the best part with this pillow is that even if it doesn’t work, which usually these types of devices don’t, it can still give you a neck massage. That’s right, a snore-stopping, neck-massaging, computerised pillow! Where do we sign up for one of these? [Reuters]

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