London, Jan 7 (UNI) Those who loved dreaming in a duvet, it is bed that makes dreams real.
You could throw a party in the ''Starry Night sleeping centre'' with its surround-sound system and a TV projector in the headboard capable of beaming images up to 10ft across on to the facing wall.
If you are a workaholic, you could remain busy with an attached computer, internet connection and wireless keypad.
And above all if you keep on sulking about your partner's snoring habits that keep you awake at night, it is now a time to enjoy a good night sleep. The bed would heat or cool the mattress before you get in and would monitor your body movement and breathing patterns and adjust itself to eliminate snoring.
The bed - which will cost up to 25,000 pounds has features based on military technology, including the vibration-detection system designed to stop the snores. When it sensed a snore, a motor in the mattress lifted the sleeping position forward by seven degrees.
It also provides tips on improving sleep quality, offered via the computer screen.
There is also an iPod docking station and a hard disc storage system capable of holding and playing back up to 400,000 songs or 2,000 hours of video.
''The bed is a place for reading, watching movies, spending time with the kids, listening to music and even folding laundry. It's time our bed becomes our sleep counsellor. And when we improve our sleep, we can improve our quality of life,'' the Daily Mail quoted Mark Quinn of manufacturers Leggett&Platt as saying.
The Starry Night has been designed to be the hub of the home on the basis that the bed is no longer simply a place for sleep and conjugal delights, he added.
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