This Microclimate Chair Could Give Athletes A Performance Advantage

This Microclimate Chair Could Give Athletes A Performance Advantage
Design

Nike ergonomic chair uses thermoelectric pads to help athletes adjust to various scenarios

Eva Recinos
  • 17 may 2016

Participating in a sport means buying the right equipment for a range of climate conditions. But with the help of design and technology, athletes might be able to prepare for temperature changes even before the game. dezeen recently released a video from Nike’s The Nature of Motion exhibition depicting a temperature-changing chair designed by architect Greg Lynn.

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