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These Robotic Beds Carry You Everywhere

by Conner Flynn
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Life can be hectic and stressful. Some days you don’t want to get out of bed. If only we could stay in bed and still go everywhere we need to go. Well that dream has come true thanks to artist Carsten Holler.

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For his “Decision” exhibition at the Hayward Gallery in London, he created this interactive work called Two Roaming Beds. These beds are robots that automatically carry museum visitors around the exhibition while they sleep. Maybe our future is just like this. A world where robots just whisk us from one place to another. All we have to do is get fat and lazy – which will break our robots and leave us stranded.

Obviously we don’t need to get fit and active. We are just going to need stronger robots. Our future is looking kind of sad guys.

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