The impractical computer chair, designed by Ron Bean of the Milwaukee Makerspace, is a wild creation that revolutionizes sitting and interacting with the interface of your computer. The wood design was not totally planned out by Bean, but rather as he went along, he broke from the plan to create something that is very unique.
The user sitting in the impractical computer chair can rest his or her head directly under where the computer screen is positioned. The back of the chair is positioned on an angle so that the user can recline and rest as they surf the Interwebs, work on code for their blog or stream episodes of the Office. The impractical computer chair is an outrageous design that has little precedent.