The Vibrotactile Posture Feedback Chair Improves Your Posture

By: Michael Hines - Published: Aug 14, 2010 • References: yaledailynews & fastcodesign
The Vibrotactile Posture Feedback Chair may be one of the healthiest annoyances around. This chair emits a buzz whenever you aren’t sitting correctly.

The Vibrotactile Posture Feedback Chair was designed by Yale professor John Morrell and student Ying Zheng. The chair is a Herman Miller Aeron Chair modified with cell phone buzzers. The chair is meant to help improve posture and prevent RSIs that are typically associated with working on a computer all day. Hopefully this will be put into profuction one day. Read below to see more ways to improve your posture. Stats for Scolding Office Seating Trending: Older & Chilly
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