Many consumers are becoming more aware of bad posture as many find themselves in occupations that have them sitting all day, so the 'Dullahan' is a device that artistically identifies problems.
Designed by James Edwards, the 'Dullahan' device features a series of LEDs throughout the spine-inspired design. When in proper alignment, the 'Dullahan' glows blue; when a deviation from the alignment is detected, that section glows red.
More of an artistic endeavor that a device for correcting bad posture, the 'Dullahan' is worn on the back of the sternum and doesn't make it easy to sit comfortably. However, this could be interpreted as a key point in the artistic design as a way to encourage healthier habits.
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The 'Dullahan' Device Indicates Bad Posture Through LEDs
- By: Michael HemsworthSep 21, 2016