Drew Burrows was tired of coming home alone to an empty bed. So the young, single, New York University student created a virtual companion to keep him company: a thin, quiet brunette who exists solely for the purpose of curling up next to people while they sleep. The New York Magazine blog reports that Burrows invented a video projection designed for a bed that responds to people as they sleep. If a person curls up on his or her side, the projection will snuggle up close and spoon. Lay back and the projection will stretch out, but still keep close enough to almost feel. When asked how long he’d been single, the inventor replied, “[l]ong enough to come up with this idea.”
You can watch a video of the projection from Burrows’ website below:
rough footage from drew on Vimeo.