Sweet chairity

Improving workstation ergonomics always includes quality seating, so we’re intrigued by the prototype Smartchair, which senses your movements and adjusts itself accordingly. It can also be adjusted manually, which is good since we doubt it will be quite smart enough to distinguish voluntary movement from spasticity or tremor. Wonder if it’ll also have an auto-eject option for people who refuse to take typing breaks?

Ubergizmo: Smartchair biofeedback computer chair

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