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Concept chair is a hole in the floor

Posted in Concepts by Shane McGlaun on August 20th, 2010

I have seen my chare of concept products before and many of them have been furniture items. Typically, a concept is a cool product with a unique design. A new concept chair has surfaced, and I use the term chair loosely here.

The chair is called the OOoo chair and isn’t a chair, it’s a couple holes in the floor. You sit on the floor and stick your legs into the holes rather than sitting pretzel style. You can hardly call this a chair.

X-Dream Gyroxus Gaming Chair for PS3 now available for pre-order

Posted in Controllers by Conner Flynn on August 9th, 2010

I’m okay with just sitting on the sofa while playing my PS3, but if you really want to immerse yourself in the game and have some money to burn, why not check out the X-Dream Gyroxus gaming chair?

It’s available for the Xbox 360, PC, PS3, PS2 and Nintendo Wii. The PS3 version is already available for pre-order at £399.95 (That’s $637). Let’s be honest here, immersion at that price isn’t going to get you much. But if you want a fancy new chair, this should be arriving in late August.

Ferrari F1 Chair goes nowhere fast

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on February 14th, 2010

If you are a Ferrari fan, than designer Arthur Q. Reyes, Jr. has designed something that you may just love. This chair will make Ferrari Formula One fans very comfortable, whether you are watching the races or just relaxing.

It took three years to make and includes speakers in the headrest, subs for bass and another speaker on top. The foot rest is designed to look like the front of the car and can also hold your LCD TV. There’s even space for a gaming console or DVD player.

Pac-Man Chair looks hungry

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on September 10th, 2009

Pac-Man Chair looks hungryA chair in the shape of Pac-Man just makes perfect sense. Especially if your room looks like a maze from the game. It’s only a concept right now, but it’s perfect for geeks and retro arcade lovers.

It makes an artistic statement that says that we are all ghosts when lounging in Pac-Man’s mouth. Or perhaps some of us are ghosts and others power-pellets. Now, if only it could gobble up certain guests on command…

Rocking chair to armchair in just 20 seconds

Posted in Concepts by Conner Flynn on August 13th, 2009

Rocking chair to armchair in just 20 secondsRocking chairs are great for just kicking back and relaxing, but I don’t own one because I wouldn’t use it very often. I would just use it a bit, then go back to my armchair. Now if I could convert that rocker into an armchair, that would be perfect. “Fotel” by designer Peter Vardai does just that, and in only 20 seconds.

Optimus Prime ain’t jack if you can’t sit on him. Eat it Optimus. This design concept features a carbon fiber frame with springy and comfortable elastic bands on the seating surfaces. It looks pretty sweet and modern too.

iBum Chair brings office fun home

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on July 19th, 2009

iBum Chair brings office fun homeHow many times have you photocopied your butt in the office and wished you had that same convenient technology at home? Well, now you can. In chair form. The iBum Chair takes the joke way too far. Whenever you sit on it, it will photocopy your rear end and the scanned image will be printed from the right side of the chair.

Sure, it ceases to funny almost immediately, but for those who need to keep tabs on their posterior, you’ll know what it’s up too every time you sit. Or maybe you just want to make sure it’s looking good. This chair will show you.

Flatulance-twittering chair

Posted in twitter by Conner Flynn on April 14th, 2009

Flatulance-twittering chairRandy Sarafan must be the kind of guy who gets people to pull his finger. You see, Randy has gas. Apparently so much that he modified his office chair with a sensor and hooked it up to his computer. The end result is this: Every time Randy farts, the chair sends out a tweet on Twitter.

So I can only surmise that following Randy on twitter is kinda like being there, but with no foul smells. Judging by the number of tweets he produces, I think he should seek medical help. We aren’t sure how to tell just by reading his tweets whether they are real earth-movers or just SBD’s.(Silent But Deadly)

Leather chair hides your Billiards accessories

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on February 24th, 2009

Leather chair hides your Billiards accessoriesDamn their hides. The rich have all the cool things. Like this leather chair that takes up a bunch of space and only seats one. That’s because the rest of the chair is devoted to hiding some of your other rich accessories, like your billiards stuff.

It helps keep your overpriced pad all neat and tidy. Who cares that it looks freakish and pompous and only seats one. If you want two people to be able to sit during a Billiards game, you’ll just buy two and store some more expensive stuff in the second one. Ahhh, it’s good to be rich and buy fugly things.

Gamerox Game chair keeps kids moving

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on December 15th, 2008

Gamerox Game chair keeps kids movingGamerox is a new concept in game seating, designed for younger gamers by designer Tim Briggs. The basic idea is that keeps them moving while playing games, so their little muscles don’t atrophy and so they won’t need a walker by age 12 due to too many First Person Shooters. The design and patented mechanisms encourage full 3D body movement during game play. This movement improves circulation and aids muscle and skeletal development. Gamerox also assists in the development of coordination, balance and spatial awareness.

So if your kid seems kind of, uh, dumb, weak and not so self aware because of their gaming, this may set them straight. Apparently the seat design encourages an upright sitting position which is good for core stability, muscle training and posture development. Gamerox can be used with any game console.

Weight Seat for the extremely lazy who want to lose weight

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on August 17th, 2008

Weight Seat for the extremely lazy who want to lose weight
This weight seat is great for those who have taken an interest in their weight, but not so much interest that they need to stand up and walk to the scale. Also great for eating meals and literally watching the pounds add up. It’s probably also good for video game players who don’t have the Wii, but think that their games can really get them in shape. Just sit on your butt, button-mash as you frag enemies and keep looking down. I’m sure you’ll see some results eventually. It was designed by Atypyk design studios and sadly I think it would be a real hit with many large mammals.

Gyroxus full-motion game chair gets price cut

Posted in Games by Shane McGlaun on August 4th, 2008

Gyroxus Game ChairLike many guys my age that grew up on video games and now have the money to buy what they want to satisfy the need for gaming, I am always on the lookout for something new and cool. I have force feedback controllers and the like, but what I really want is a full-motion simulator for driving and flying games. You can get them now, but they are much more expensive than I am interested in paying.

The Gyroxus hit market at a price of $479, not too bad for a full-motion simulator, but certainly not cheap when you consider you can get any of today’s console systems for less than that amount. Today 4th Motion — the makers of the Gyroxus — announced that the price of the Gyroxus was being cut by $100.

Zero-Gee workstation for sleeping on the blog

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on July 21st, 2008

Zero-Gee workstation for sleeping on the blog
I’d like you to meet my new chair. It’s not a smart chair. It’s the Zero-Gee Ergonomic workstation and by the looks of it, you’ll do a ton of resting and get very little work done. It’s got almost everything you need built in. Like a computer monitor, keyboard, swing out tray thing for your drinks and snacks. About the only thing missing is an onboard toilet, but I guess you can get up for that chore.

Ahhh, a blogger’s dream come true. I could have a little siesta between every article. Doesn’t it make you sleepy just looking at it? Unfortunately, the reality is that not many people are going to pay an outrageous price when you can just park yourself on the couch with your laptop.

Smartchair will ease your aching back

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on May 27th, 2008

Smartchair will ease your aching back
We have all kinds of other smart devices so why not a smart chair? Most computer chairs are anything but friendly. Maybe that’s because they lack brains. This concept Smartchair Biofeedback Computer Chair is not just futuristic looking, it also features lots of embedded sensors, an adjustable seating pad for your backside, plus a backpad and headrest that adjusts to your movement.

By adjusting to you, you get the maximum comfort possible. Normally it’s just the opposite, you having to conform to the chair. This new approach means less backaches and better health in general. It doesn’t end there as the chair also has a touchscreen unit that lets you make adjustments yourself. You know, if you’re a control freak or just don’t trust technology. Kinda looks like a chair Captain Kirk would be right at home in.

The Rocket Chair really takes off

Posted in Furniture by Conner Flynn on May 6th, 2008

The Rocket chair really takes off
Ky Michaelson, better known as the Rocketman, has been messing around with rockets most of his life and has even managed to create a few nice rocket inspired contraptions. This is the Rocket Chair. It’s what a dental chair would look like if Flash Gordon were a dentist. It will actually take off and keep you in the air for 45 seconds.

The chair is all metal and even features three wheels that have independent suspensions. A 500 Pound Thrust Hydrogen-Peroxide rocket motor sits behind the chair, which will drink up seven gallons of fuel during it’s forty five second flight. If you want to see it, it will be on display at the Bloomington Art Centre in Minnesota.

NapTV: The lazy way to watch TV

Posted in Television by Conner Flynn on April 13th, 2008

NapTV: The lazy way to watch TV
This device has slacker written all over it. I used to think that laying around watching TV was as lazy as it could get. I was wrong. This may be taking laziness and TV to a whole other level. Too lazy to even hold your head up on your shoulders and watch TV? This gadget has you covered if you can step away from your bong long enough to read this.

With NapTV you don’t even have to sit upright just to look in the TV’s direction. You can lay under the damn thing. All that’s required of your sorry ass is to keep your eyes open. It was designed by Sung-kyu Nam, and it even serves as a chair if your apartment is completely devoid of furniture. When you tire of sitting on your butt, just slide under this thing again and tune out the world.


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