We all know gaming chairs: it is not really a theme from the Future Future (I have only talked about it on one occasion, I think, here ). Ok, there are several, end of speech. No? Apparently not: because they even require the user to sit down. Horror! Why not give players the chance to lie down and immerse themselves in their perfect match?
There was obviously a gap in the market, didn't you think? Here's what was needed: a gaming mattress, Mr.ladies and gentlemen!
Eat, lie down, play, die
Bauhutte is a Japanese brand specializing in gaming furniture, which (he says) offers its customers the most comfortable experience possible to break previous gaming records. Among its various solutions for hardcore gamers are a blanket to keep your fingers warm while killing enemies and… an entire bed. After all, let's face it: it's 2021, baby. Who needs to leave the house again?
This new gaming mattress is definitely a step up from the blanket, and you can even sleep on it if you're still sleepy. Installed alone it looks like a trivial mattress to be combined with a normal bed. But no, unbelievers: the mattress is made of high-resilience urethane, I read from the Bauhutte website. A whopping 8 centimeters (3,1 inches) thick! It's a lot? Is it little? It looks subtle to the eye. Oh well, in Japan they are used to sleeping on the floor.
And then there are gaps in the gaming mattress material that allow you to distribute the weight well, adapting to the structure of the human body: this should compensate for the thickness, right? RIGHT??
Gaming is increasingly pervasive
I won't hide it from you: I'm from 1975, and I experienced the explosion of coinups and video games in general with crazy enthusiasm. Yet today, having mysteriously become a boomer, I am worried. The narration already tells us of boys who, immersed in gaming, no longer leave their room (the business of loneliness is going strong).