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Interactive Furniture Responds To Human Touch [Pics]

Interactive Furniture Responds To Human Touch [Pics]
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Chair, tables, and benches that light up and react to the body.

Yi Chen
  • 26 june 2012


Designer NunoErin has created a series of furniture as part of the Interactive Diamond collection. The pieces include responsive chairs, benches, and tables that react to the electrical field within the human body. Users can touch the furniture to interact with the colorful illuminating lights underneath the surface.

The Interactive Diamond collection aims to “stir a playful sense of exploration that delights and restores people of all ages.” The furniture pieces are designed using renewable solid surface exterior and come in different color options.

Check out the pieces in the gallery below:

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