This chair turns your fidgets into phone charges (Tomorrow Daily 327)

A furniture designer creates a seat that harnesses motion and turns it into power; also, a design student makes software that helps physically disabled patients create music.

Making music can be difficult for physically disabled patients, which is why design student Rafsgaard designed hardware and software called "Eye Conductor" to make it possible for anyone to create music through eye and face tracking (even a person with limited facial mobility). Also, our very own Bonnie Burton wrote about the Moov chair this past weekend, and we also wanted to take a look at what it means to be able to charge your phone by moving while seated.

Close
This chair turns your fidgets into phone charges (Tomorrow Daily 327)
Drag

327: This chair turns your fidgets into phone charges (Tomorrow Daily)

Of course, you can find us everywhere on social media. Like, follow and heart us as you desire!

Tomorrow Daily on: Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram | Google+

Ashley on Twitter | Jeff on Twitter | Producer Logan on Twitter

Subscribe to Tomorrow Daily:

iTunes (HD) | iTunes (SD) | iTunes (HQ) | iTunes (MP3)

RSS (HD) | RSS (SD) | RSS (HQ) | RSS (MP3)

Featured Video