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Most of our life we spend sitting!
According to a report by the British Heart Foundation, the average office worker sits for around 10 hours a day. Assuming an average lifespan of around 80 years and an average work week of 40 hours, this would mean that an office worker would spend around 167,200 hours sitting on a chair during their lifetime. It’s important to note that this estimate is based on averages and may not be accurate for all individuals.
We care about healthy food, or sport – but why not about healthy quality chairs?
Given the number of hours we spend sitting, its astonishing how little we care about the quality of our chairs. It is possible that many people are not aware of the benefits of ergonomic chairs or the potential negative effects of prolonged sitting or some people may not realize that they can experience physical discomfort or pain as a result of using a poorly designed chair until they have already developed symptoms.
We discovered in Switzerland the probbaly most expensive and bizarre chair out there
LimbicChair is a chair unlike any other. This chair combines cutting-edge technology to revolutionize the way you work and play. With five programmable sensors, the chair optimizes your experience with different software, whether you’re navigating your desktop or immersing yourself in virtual reality gaming. You can literally play games by moving your body on the chair – hands free! The LimbicChair’s technology transfers the cognitive load from your brain to your legs and posterior, freeing up your hands to move weightlessly. It’s the perfect way to navigate virtual reality, spot every detail in CAD software, or operate naturally as a medical professional. And with the chair’s tracking capabilities, you can even monitor your health as you work and play.
Unfortunately, this level of comfort and sophistication comes at a cost – roughly 3,000 USD. But for those who value ergonomic design and cutting-edge technology, we from Cyberongaming find the LimbicChair worth the investment. Say goodbye to discomfort and hello to a whole new way of working and playing.