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ErgoMotions Workstation: dentist-style ergonomics

ErgoMotions Workstation: dentist-style ergonomics

Don't get me wrong, I'm all for ergonomics but I do wonder whether ErgoMotions' new Workstation design might remind potential buyers a little too much of a dentist's chair to make them entirely comfortable. Featuring an industrial rack-mounted PC, twin 19-inch monitors on a custom, speaker-studded retractable arm, VoIP and fully adjustable chair with memory presets, the Phase 1 prototype is intended to make long-term computer use compatible with the requirements of both our bodies and health & safety legislation.

The Tre Table Multi Function Table great for small spaces

The Tre Table Multi Function Table great for small spaces

Studio apartments and college dorm rooms are typically seriously cramped and all furniture really needs to have more than one function to take advantage of every bit of space available. This Tre Table Multi Function Table is such a grand table they had to use the word table in its name twice.

Build your own furniture with LunaBlocks

Build your own furniture with LunaBlocks

If you, like a lot of us still have that love for your Legos, then this build your own furniture would be great for you.  You can pick from all kinds of blocks of different shapes and colors and make whatever you like.

Sync luxury integrated PC desk

Sync luxury integrated PC desk

Now building a computer into a desk is, when you think about it, a pretty daft idea. Not only are you saying that you don't need the flexibility of a laptop, but you're saying you'll always be using your PC wherever your desk is. But there's something about the Art Deco design of Gareth Battensby's Sync concept that has swayed me.

The H.R.Giger Harkonnen Office Chair

The H.R.Giger Harkonnen Office Chair

Having original furniture from your favorite Sci-Fi flick would be nice, but having dark and mysterious furniture from a movie that never was would be even better. This chair was meant for a movie based on Dune, which never happened.

Bond. Scape modular seating

Bond. Scape modular seating

Nothing quite like a nice sit down on a Saturday, and if you're of a geeky mindset then this could be the seating for you.  The work of Bond. multi-disciplinary design collective member Joe Doucet, the Scape Modular Seating System consists of a whole array of pixel-like adjustable columns.  Back trouble?  Tweak the rods up into an upright bench.  Entertaining your latest paramour?  Flatten them down into a slick couch.

The rocket powered chair

The rocket powered chair

There are occasions that even the most athletic person just doesn't feel like running to the kitchen for a snack. They'd rather have someone else get it or have some high powered machinery take them to the kitchen.

Samsung and Armani partner up for new LCD Television – for the brand-whore in you

Samsung and Armani partner up for new LCD Television – for the brand-whore in you

The screen stats are as follows: they are 1080p LCD panels, they come in 46 or 52 inch sizes, and they have a 100MHz refresh rate, HDMI ports, and a color changing logo on the TV. They also come with two remotes, a small pebble-shaped one that does the basics of changing channels and upping the volume, the second is a larger backlit one that controls everything, hence-forth referred to as the Uber-mote.

The Maxlounge Bossa the modern day inflatable chair

The Maxlounge Bossa the modern day inflatable chair

Today I found myself discussing the classic beanbag chair. There was a time that I thought the coolest chair that could possibly be found was a beanbag chair, at one point I finally got a lime green one. It was the most uncomfortable and awkward thing to sit in, but I didn't mind one bit. Now as an adult my neck hurts just looking at one, however, these Maxlounge chairs offer support and comfort in all the right ways as well as a bit of a techy twist.

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