Future Business Class Will Let Passengers Customize Their Seat From Their Phone

Future Business Class Will Let Passengers Customize Their Seat From Their Phone
Design

NFC-enabled chair uses eye-tracking to control in-flight entertainment.

Ross Brooks
  • 16 april 2014

If Business Class wasn’t already luxurious enough, Thales Group, along with aircraft interior specialist BE Aerospace and BMW Design Works, have created a seat that can figure out your favorite food, sitting position, movie preferences, and more. It uses NFC to connect with your mobile so that you can either; tell the chair what you like before boarding, or let it use your data to figure everything out.

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