The latest thing in ergonomics is a chair that communicates with users…literally.
German inventor Risto Kõiva, an expert in computer modeling and robotics, has developed a new chair perfectly suited to any environment or task that involves a great deal of sitting. Along with his associates at Bielefeld University, Kõiva has come up with the Intelli Chair—a chair that emits sounds from seatbacks and cushions to suggest when users should make posture adjustments or take breaks from sitting.
From The Times of India:
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