Seb Hill creates bedometer App
iPhone App measures the calories burned during activity between the sheets
The App, which measures how many calories are burnt during between-the-sheets activity, was Seb's brainchild with help from Neil Metson who built it and Olivia Thompson who helped promote it.
The Bedometer was written about in The Sun under the headline 'SlApp and tickle', with a quote from Chemistry's very own Omaid Hiwaizi. It was then featured as App of the Week on Fox News and mentioned on Virgin Radio and Russell Howard's Good News comedy show on BBC Three.
As a result of the notoriety it shot up the charts, but at 59p it hasn’t made Seb his millions yet. At least that's what we assume as he’s still coming into the office every day, but his colleagues wonder what he’ll be up to next.
According to Seb's website the Bedometer is the "ultimate bedroom athletics measuring tool. Simply ‘turn it on’ and see how many calories are burnt when things get hot under the covers! Comes with single or multiplayer".