Nissan Unveiled A Chair That Parks Itself When You Clap Your Hands

Nissan Unveiled A Chair That Parks Itself When You Clap Your Hands
Design

In a hurry after an office meeting? The Intelligent Parking Chairs will automatically reposition themselves neatly at a table

Azalea Pena
  • 2 february 2017

Clap on, clap off! This technology no longer applies to lamps, lights and music. Well, Nissan just added cars to that list, having created the Intelligent Parking Chairsthat’s right, chairs that can actually park themselves!

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Using Nissan’s Intelligent Parking Assist technology, the chairs are smarter than your average smart gadget or furniture. After use, just clap your hands and these smart chairs will park itself right where they belong. The chairs require a Wi-Fi connection and sensor cameras in the room to guide them in the right direction. That being said, the chairs will only do their job once all the seats are empty!

There’s still no word as to when Nissan plans to release these chairs on the market, but the company aims to launch their self-driving vehicles by 2020.

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Clap on, clap off! This technology no longer applies to lamps, lights and music. Well, Nissan just added cars to that list, having created the Intelligent Parking Chairsthat’s right, chairs that can actually park themselves!

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