Suspended Animation: Concept Installs Flat Screen Directly Above Your Line of Sight

Suspended Animation: Concept Installs Flat Screen Directly Above Your Line of Sight

Sonia Zjawinski
Jul 31, 2008

We love relaxing after a long day in bed with a good movie playing in front of us. And while being stretched out with our heads propped is great, we wondered if it would be even nicer if we didn't even have to crane our noggins. The above concept, designed by Jane Victor Associations, made us wonder, why haven't we seen a flat screen installed flush to one's ceiling? Would it be just too easy to fall asleep? Or would it be too nerve racking to have a 50 pound TV suspended over your face? With flat screen's being so thin, it's an easy installation.

One more photo of Jennifer Victor Assoc' concept and an explanation of its use after the jump...

This suspended bed concept wasn't made for movie watching. Instead the screen showcases the sleeper as they doze via video cameras set up overhead. You know, because what you really want to watch is what you look like with gravity pulling your jowls down while you lay in bed.

Photos: Norman McGrath; Contemporary Interiors

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