Guests will be able to enjoy virtual sex and control their dreams in hotel rooms of the future, according to futurologist Ian Pearson.
In a recent report, Future of Sleep, Pearson envisions guests sleeping alone will be able to have sex with their partner via virtual love-making. If they get bored mid-act, they will be able to change their partner’s appearance.
High-tech contact lenses will allow guests to check emails or watch TV while falling asleep.
Pearson reckons we will be able to manage our dreams like in the movie Inception.
“Video, audio, smells and tactile experiences produced using our bed or bed linen will play a key role in helping to make our dreams feel real,” Pearson said, who was commissioned by Travelodge to write the report.
“We will be able to replay our favourite dream from a menu just like choosing a movie. Also, we will be link into dreams with our partner or family and friends and enjoy a shared dream experience.”
If you’re having trouble nodding off, listen to sounds of the ocean or a forest, pumped out of an audio unit built into the window.
Forget views of car parks or brick walls, hotel guests of the future can pick their dream room vista and will be able to see tourist attractions without leaving their room.