Lagos – A Japanese inventor is attempting to find a cure for all the lonely hearts by creating a pillow that responds to the users touch, Huffington Post reports.
The pillowcase, which was invented by Koichi Uchimura, has the face and the torso of a female anime character and has sensors in pouches by the character’s breast and crotch area.
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When the user caresses the parts of the pillow case where the sensors are, the pillow will respond in encouraging tones or if you get too handsy, she will warn you off.
The inventor is raising money to market the pillow case, which is called “Ita-Supo”. It current costs N 33207,95.
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