One day you could open a porthole, go in, lie down, set a nice complete cycle and go out soft, clean and fragrant. With a lot of pre-wash! The Japanese technology company Science Co, specializing in the innovation of bathrooms and kitchens, has recently unveiled the plans of special washing machines for human beings.
I said "Japanese company", so I already know you won't be surprised. Have you seen toilet capable of quota the work, produce energy, generate biogas and even do clinical analysis: what do you want washing machines for people?
The idea even comes from 1970 (always in Japan). At the Osaka Expo, the Sanyo Electric he made his debut with an "ultrasonic bath" that in 15 minutes would have cleaned, massaged and dried automatically whoever was inside. It sounded ambitious, and they failed to commercialize the invention: now another Japanese tech company we try again.
Project Usoyaro, human washing machines or home spas?
Human washing machines will be part of a product line called Mirable. The project, codenamed "Usoyaro", envisages nebulization technology and an on-board computer capable of building the perfect complete washing experience around those who lock themselves in the cabin.
The goal, lets know Yasuaki Aoyama CEO of Science Co., is not only to thoroughly clean the user's body, but to offer a space of complete relaxation to regenerate body and spirit, complete with soothing music and images diffused on water-resistant displays. More than washing machines, in short, small spas.
Sensors inside the washing machine will measure the state of sympathetic and parasympathetic nerves, and the built-in artificial intelligence (oh, no, even here!) Will use the collected data to create the most comfortable atmosphere possible.
Project Usoyaro will be ready by 2024, and presented at the Osaka Expo in 2025, exactly 55 years after the initial project. Will he make it this time to open the era of washing machines for humans?