Tuesday, 7 October 2014

The Bedroom Of The Future And Win Gadgets

I don't know about you but I love technology. I am an avid watcher of the Gadget Show and Click, the technology show on the BBC, and who remembers Tomorrow's World? The idea we would have flying cars in the future and Robots that could clean for us, was very exciting when I was a child.

Well flying cars are still part of the future, maybe one day, but we do now have Robots who can clean for us, and I don't mean the other half!

Betta Living has created a Bedroom Of The Future, giving an interesting and intriguing insight to how our bedrooms will evolve as technology, furniture, gadgets and accessories improve and even blend into one. Here is my pick of the technology I could not live without.
  
 The Virtual Mirror



Can you imagine how amazing it would be to have a virtual mirror on your wardrobe? Using an intelligent interface you will be able to browse what is inside and also virtually try on the clothes. It could act as your personal stylist helping you decide, for example, what to wear for which occasion or the weather and takes into account what you have worn previously.  

The virtual interface concept reminds me of the books of paper dolls from my childhood with the cut out clothes, that you change as the mood take you, but instead on a life-size video of our bodies.

If you don’t have that essential pair of shoes to match an outfit the intelligent virtual mirror will take you to an online shop where, with one touch of a button you can purchase the perfect pair.

The Free Floating Bed




Foldaway beds are not only practical but allow for free-floating sleeping. The next generation bed from Betta Living could even use an innovative mechanism to store the bed in right up the ceiling rather than a wall. At the touch of a button, the bed could elevate into the spot lit surround, and then disappear as if by magic.

Duvets of the future could be connected to body monitoring systems which will change to compliment the body's own external temperature.

New mattresses have temperature balancing technology and even personalised mattress contouring too – where you can adjust each side to your ideal firmness, comfort and support.

The Cleaning Robot

Yes Tomorrow's World was right, there are now robots that can clean for you! The IRobot Roomba 880 is a girl's best friend, it even recharges itself between cleaning and gets right up to the edges of a room.  You never know the IRobot of the future may even make you a cup of tea or pour you a glass of wine as you watch The X Factor!

The Gym In A Box


The futuristic bedroom is all about using the smallest of spaces, and transforming an area to be multi-functional. When homeowners want space to work out, they can elevate the bed and bring out a home gym like Domyos Training Box. It contains a weight lifting bar and selection of weights, a weight bench/cardio step and mat all in this tiny box.  

To cool the bedroom as you work out, voice recognition technology will allow you to adjust the air conditioning, making it a pleasant temperature for optimum performance.

In conclusion, technology is forever improving, changing and evolving. The bedroom of the future will have fabulous design and functionality. It's an exciting future....

Betta Living Competition

Would you like to win some of these great gadgets mentioned above?

Betta Living have a fantastic competition with some amazing prizes up for grabs at the moment. If you go over to the Betta Living Facebook page and enter the competition via the app you could win their fantastic Bedroom Gadget Giveaway - with a total prize value of over £1500 ,which includes an iRobot vacuum, and Gym in a box as mentioned above, along with a Tivoli radio alarm clock, iMakr 3D mini-you model, SAD Light, and Lightwave RF products, it's a gadget lovers delight.

Let me know what you would like to see in the bedroom of the future or if you enter the Betta Living Bedroom Gadget Giveaway. Good Luck!

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19 comments

  1. I loved Tomorrow's World when I was a child, everything seemed so far fetched and crazy. Today I would really love a Roomba!

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    1. I would too, it looks really easy to use as well!

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  2. Love these ideas.. I need the wadrobe one for sure!

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    1. I think every respecting fashionista needs a wardrobe like that.

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  3. I absolutely love the Roomba and want one, such a brilliant concept x

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    1. Make sure you enter the competition to win one!

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  4. Oh I want want want one of those cleaning robots. How amazing would that be?

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    1. Anything that makes cleaning easier is fine by me :)

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    2. When I was little I used to always talk about robot stuff like hoovers. It's real now though! It's remarkable really! Robot gadgets are the way forward.

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  5. I totally love this post...the mirror? Wow! Wouldn't that be the biggest ever time saver, I go through like 5 outfits before finding one I want to wear!

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    1. The mirror is so cool. What a fabulous gadget. I would love playing with it, choosing what to wear.

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  6. The cleaning robot would be my dream item for my house. I am sick of cleaning all the crumbs Max makes! I am forever cleaning the floors!

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  7. I used to get the Tomorrows world magazine at the age of about 9... I was a bit of an odd ball :p

    I love tech and gadgetry - I normally find the 'of the future' things a bit odd but those are all Really cool

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    1. I didn't know there was a magazine, bet it was fascinating.

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  8. I love the sound of the ceiling-bed! My bed takes up a lot of space in my bedroom at the moment, would be amazing to have one that was free floating and could lift into the ceiling. Lovely post :) xx

    Kitty | kittyhearts.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. All entered, would love the robot hoover x

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