When you wake up, you're in New Zealand.
The "Skycouches" were designed by Air New Zealand for the first 11 economy rows on their new 777-300 planes, which will fly from Los Angeles [been there!] and London [been there!] to Auckland [um, heard of it! Lord of the Rings!]
In addition to providing shagommodations for two adults--or hell, why not three? Pack in like sharecroppers!, The Guardian notes that, "The increased space could also provide a valuable play and sleep area for those travelling with small children. "
Yes, and if Air New Zealand has designed vertical seatbelts that you can lash across your prone waists, you won't have to be woken and forced upright by the flight attendant when the light comes on.
Or maybe by "increased space," they mean the awesome little fort that's formed on the floor under the footrests. Just put the kid in Velcro pajamas and tell him to watch for duty-free carts before he sticks his head into the aisle.
Air New Zealand unveils first lie-down economy bed [guardian via bb]