Motorized Office Chair

Motorized Office Chair

A motorized base brings the chair back to its home. YOKOHAMA, Japan — As car shows make their rounds across the United States featuring the latest designs and concepts, Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. showed off its latest concept — for ‘smart’ office furniture — with the “Intelligent Parking Chair”, an idea inspired by its intelligent park assist technology that allows drivers to easily park their vehicles using automatic steering. The “Intelligent Parking Chair” is a unique chair that automatically moves to a set position. The chair includes a roller to automatically move 360 degrees paired with a system that indicates the target position. Four cameras placed on the room’s ceiling generate a bird’s-eye view to wirelessly transmit the chair’s position and its route to destination. This new technology, already adopted in the X-Trail Hybrid and other Nissan vehicles, ups the ante in office furniture technology freeing workers from the task of arranging chairs. According to the company, the Intelligent Parking Chair is a promotional project based on Nissan’s corporate vision of “enriching people’s lives through technology” and it was produced in collaboration with the award-winning creative team BIRDMAN. The goal of the concept is to increase knowledge around the latest technology in Nissan vehicles, and show how that technology can impact daily lives.  
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Motorized Office Chair

Where do you suggest they go to get “proper training” for a motorized office chair? 😉 Since they were using it on the streets, they could start by getting a driving license like everyone else that operates a motorized method of transport in public.Now I am not sure about this, but I think in Germany you can’t get a drivers license until you are 18 (and they were 17). Ironically, it probably would be safer for these guys to be driving a car on the streets than that contraption they built.I am all for inven
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Motorized Office Chair

YOKOHAMA, Japan — As car shows make their rounds across the United States featuring the latest designs and concepts, Japanese automaker Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. showed off its latest concept — for ‘smart’ office furniture — with the “Intelligent Parking Chair”, an idea inspired by its intelligent park assist technology that allows drivers to easily park their vehicles using automatic steering. The “Intelligent Parking Chair” is a unique chair that automatically moves to a set position. The chair includes a roller to automatically move 360 degrees paired with a system that indicates the target position. Four cameras placed on the room’s ceiling generate a bird’s-eye view to wirelessly transmit the chair’s position and its route to destination. This new technology, already adopted in the X-Trail Hybrid and other Nissan vehicles, ups the ante in office furniture technology freeing workers from the task of arranging chairs. According to the company, the Intelligent Parking Chair is a promotional project based on Nissan’s corporate vision of “enriching people’s lives through technology” and it was produced in collaboration with the award-winning creative team BIRDMAN. The goal of the concept is to increase knowledge around the latest technology in Nissan vehicles, and show how that technology can impact daily lives.  
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Motorized Office Chair

Given the money flowing into Silicon Valley and the attendant office perks that come with it, $6,000 for an office chair and desk combination is squarely in the realm of possibility. The Altwork, while expensive, does compete economically with the pairings of very high-end ergonomic executive’s chairs and motorized standing desks — essentially the two things it’s combined into one. The biggest challenge isn’t going to be convincing companies to shell out, it’s going to be convincing people to change what working looks like entirely.
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Motorized Office Chair

It’s a whole new way to roll The all-new 2016 Audi Autonomous Office Chair For years, Audi pioneered autonomous driving technology. And now it’s revolutionizing the office. The Audi Autonomous Office Chair is equipped with groundbreaking features like biometric sensors, cutting-edge collision avoidance technology and even our signature quattro® technology. Watch it in action: Discover more of Audi’s latest technology in the new A6 Explore A6
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Motorized Office Chair

It’s a whole new way to roll The all-new 2016 Audi Autonomous Office Chair For years, Audi pioneered autonomous driving technology. And now it’s revolutionizing the office. The Audi Autonomous Office Chair is equipped with groundbreaking features like biometric sensors, cutting-edge collision avoidance technology and even our signature quattro® technology. Watch it in action:
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Motorized Office Chair

Technically, today is a holiday. You should probably have the time off, but you don’t. You’re here at the office, trying to catch up on email and a glut of busywork. I feel you. And so does Nissan. The carmaker has made this Monday slightly better by publishing a video of its self-parking chairs. Inspired by the technology and learning behind its self-parking cars, Nissan designed what it calls the “Intelligent Parking Chair.” Watching the mobile chairs skitter under tables is charming, like some sort of Pixar film about polite office furniture. “By day, these chairs are inanimate objects. By night, they park!” The Intelligent Parking Chair can turn 360 degrees, and locates a target position with the help of four cameras, placed throughout the room, that “generate a bird’s-eye view to wirelessly transmit the chair’s position and its route to destination.” Source: Nissan Newsroom on YouTube Next Up In TL;DR Watch how The Force Awakens and Rogue One use their characters differently Crayfish get drunk faster when they’ve been hanging out with friends Mac DeMarco fan fiction, for Mac DeMarco Ray Bradbury’s hometown is crowdfunding a statue in his honor The memes of Trump’s first 100 days Someone please just let these Marvel fans plug their headphones into a Doritos bag
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Technically, today is a holiday. You should probably have the time off, but you don’t. You’re here at the office, trying to catch up on email and a glut of busywork. I feel you. And so does Nissan. The carmaker has made this Monday slightly better by publishing a video of its self-parking chairs. Inspired by the technology and learning behind its self-parking cars, Nissan designed what it calls the “Intelligent Parking Chair.” Watching the mobile chairs skitter under tables is charming, like some sort of Pixar film about polite office furniture. “By day, these chairs are inanimate objects. By night, they park!” The Intelligent Parking Chair can turn 360 degrees, and locates a target position with the help of four cameras, placed throughout the room, that “generate a bird’s-eye view to wirelessly transmit the chair’s position and its route to destination.”
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Depending on whom you ask and their level of optimism for the future, the Altwork chair looks either like a dentist’s chair or an astronaut’s. Regardless, with its many limbs, wonky angles, and robotlike aesthetic, it’s not something that springs to mind when you think “office chair.” And according to Altwork CEO Che Voigt, that’s precisely the point; the desks and chairs we use at work haven’t changed all that much over the years. Voigt thinks his small team in Sonoma County, California, has figured out a way to make them better — and, by extension, a better way to work.
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Bicycles are not motorized. However, they still need to have proper lighting (in the dark you have to drive with lights on) and working brakes. Since it’s only a misdeamenor, if you don’t have these, the fees are pretty low (<50Euro).
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For years, Audi pioneered autonomous driving technology. And now it’s revolutionizing the office. The Audi Autonomous Office Chair is equipped with groundbreaking features like biometric sensors, cutting-edge collision avoidance technology and even our signature quattro® technology. Watch it in action:
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May 21, 2015 Andy Frey Comment May 21, 2015 Andy Frey Comment Arduino Error-Detecting Serial Packet Communications May 21, 2015 Andy Frey Comment May 21, 2015 Andy Frey Comment The ultra-swanky control panel and the wireless remote control for the Office Chairiot Mark II both communicate motor control and lighting commands to the chassis via the Arduino UARTs (serial ports). It’s easy to do this in code and the AVR microcontrollers at the core of the Arduino boards make it trivial to do. A couple of wires and BOOM. Serial’s your uncle.However, like anything electronic, or manmade for that matter, the real world doesn’t work like the blueprints say it should. Once in a while a byte or two of important motor commands from the remote controlling unit get scrambled on their way to the chassis control system and it causes unintentional things to happen, like a sudden right turn into a guy seated at a table at a demonstration of the Office Chairiot, for instance. It happened. I’m not proud. It was funny. Nobody was hurt.I’d like to avoid having to say, “Well, at least nobody was hurt.” How to do??? May 21, 2015 Andy Frey Comment May 21, 2015 Andy Frey Comment
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The ultra-swanky control panel and the wireless remote control for the Office Chairiot Mark II both communicate motor control and lighting commands to the chassis via the Arduino UARTs (serial ports). It’s easy to do this in code and the AVR microcontrollers at the core of the Arduino boards make it trivial to do. A couple of wires and BOOM. Serial’s your uncle.However, like anything electronic, or manmade for that matter, the real world doesn’t work like the blueprints say it should. Once in a while a byte or two of important motor commands from the remote controlling unit get scrambled on their way to the chassis control system and it causes unintentional things to happen, like a sudden right turn into a guy seated at a table at a demonstration of the Office Chairiot, for instance. It happened. I’m not proud. It was funny. Nobody was hurt.I’d like to avoid having to say, “Well, at least nobody was hurt.” How to do???

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