A 38-year-old male named Cheng Gongke presented his automatic "hair-washing machine" in Leshan, Southwest China on Saturday, after he was recently issued with a national patent for the device. The machine, which operates in several stages, includes a motorcycle helmet, two water tanks and a control panel. First, water and shampoo fill the helmet, which then performs washing movements with the help of a small engine. In the end hot air is blown through the helmet to dry the hair. The inventor said he developed the machine to help his paralysed grandma wash her hair. However, international success is to be questioned, as tech giants such as Panasonic have been publicly testing similar gadgets since 2012. The machine is the result of 16 years of experimentation, in which Cheng claims to have broken 18 helmets.
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