WATCH: High tech mattress can detect cheating partners
Cheats between the sheets, beware—there’s a new detective in town.
Men and women have a new way of finding out if their partner is being unfaithful, as Spanish firm Durmet has come up with a high-tech mattress that can monitor “suspicious movement” in the bed.
The ‘Smarttress’, a normal looking-mattress, offers a one-of-a kind “Lover Detection System” that uses 24 ultrasonic sensors to detect when it’s in motion and how many occupants are using it.
Citing reports from the Huffington Post, the slick invention generates a 3D map to show which areas of the mattress are receiving greater pressure and what movement is taking place.
It gets better, the deception-detecting device also measures frequency, intensity, time of use and speed—which then sends an alert via a smartphone app, informing the worried party that their bed is being used.
The 1-minute and 41-seconds promotional video, shown above, also gave a glimpse of the company’s hilarious tag-line “If your partner isn’t faithful, at least your mattress is.”
According to Durmet, the idea behind ‘Smarttress’ stems from studies showing that men and women in Spain are the most unfaithful bunch in Europe.
“We came up with an idea that could reassure men and women not only during the night, but also during the day when they leave their home to go to work,” said company spokesperson Jose Antonio Muíño.
“Smarttress isn’t the type of product you’d go shopping for at the weekend with your partner if you suspected them of cheating, so it will only be available on request,” he added.
The infidelity-exposing mattress comes in four different sizes and buyers can expect total confidentiality with every purchase.
Those who seek to catch their partner red handed, however, must be prepared to shell-out a hefty $1,350 (P62,565). Khristian Ibarrola, INQUIRER.net
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