You have a friend in Bodyfriend, the VR massage chair of the future
If you've been dreaming about the massage chair of the future you can call off your search.
The Bodyfriend Aventar looks like a cross between Ironman and a Lamborghini.
You might not think that would translate to a relaxing massage experience, but you'd be wrong.
Body Friend has been hard at work putting a ridiculous amount of tech into this thing to ensure you get a restorative, custom, full body massage.
The chair will also retail for over $10,000 when it hits stores in early 2018 and it'll be able to measure your height, width and all sorts of other cool data.
From there you can store your stats and monitor your stress levels as well as your overall health But Body Friend told me this chair is also about entertainment as it has built-in LED's and 5.1 surround sound speakers to compliment its upcoming integration with VR.
That means the Body Friend Aventar can take you from gaming straight into a restful massage.
Hopefully we'll get to try it out at the CNET Smart Home when it makes it 2018 debut.
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