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Self-parking chairs

So here is an invention to keep the office neat and tidy with just one clap. Nissan have created the self-parking chair. They have applied the programme that lets vehicles park themselves, into work furniture.

The chairs are tracked by four Wifi enabled, motion tracking cameras on the wall. There are motors on the wheels of the chair, that are guided by WiFi to move back under their desks. All you have to do to get the chairs to tuck away is a simple clap.

"These innovative chairs help create a more comfortable and convenient office environment."

"With this innovation in office technology, Japanese businessmen are now freed from the troublesome task of arranging chairs," Nissan said.

Here is a video of the chairs in action


I think this invention is pretty amazing, although most of us don't mind putting their chairs under the desk. I'd love to have these chairs in the office. Maybe one day we will see these chairs not only tuck themselves away neatly, but one day they could take us else where in the office.

The chairs at the moment are not on sale, and are just part of a publicity stunt to promote Nissans new parking assist technology. It is probably for the best that they stay this way, as it would make the office and meetings very interesting if someone decided to clap.

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