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The Emperor's fully mechanized tilting frame allows you to get in and sit down before lowering it's tri-screen display set in front of you.

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Something about this whole concept reminds me of those flying chairs for the obese humans you see near the end of "Wall-E." It also brings to mind the Entertainment from "Infinite Jest."

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I once heard about some guy building a little enclosed area complete with toilet...you know, so he could stay inside World of Warcraft as long as possible. Thankfully this does not include a toilet. That would be too much.

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Ergonomically speaking, I can imagine editing large batches of photos in a cushy setup like this. It reclines and everything. I couldn't help but imagine my Wacom tablet and a little RPG key set at my hands, racing through Lightroom for hours with zero pain.

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The monitors are not included, of course, as everyone has their own preferences and needs.

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