Cafe Chair Cushion Lets People Know When Patrons Are Getting Up To Leave

Cafe Chair Cushion Lets People Know When Patrons Are Getting Up To Leave
technology

The Smart Zabuton emits a signal when someone sits on it.

Leah Gonzalez
  • 29 april 2014

Developed by Japanese company Key Value, the Smart Zabuton is a cushion system that connects to an app and works with smart devices to let people know when a chair is available or not.

The Smart Zabuton emits a signal when the cushion is sat on. This allows users to use the app to check how many seats are free in a cafe or restaurant. Users will also be able to see which ones are free so they can determine the location of those seats.

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