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desk that forces you to change position

desk that forces you to change position
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This is a wall-mounted computer desk. You can program it to raise itself every 45 minutes or so, in order to make you stand up for a few minutes.

We could even add a treadmill ("conveyor-belt workout machine").

I don't know much about the engineering here, but I'm sure someone can work it out.

gustavolacerda, Feb 18 2005

A chair that encourages you to stretch The_20Lunge_20Chair
[robinism, Feb 19 2005]


       Do you work in telemarketing gustavolacerda?
skinflaps, Feb 18 2005

       would be awfully hard on those who fall asleep with their feet on the desk....to be drug along a conveyor belt while your feet caught up where your neck should be...
Sabriand, Feb 18 2005

       you sound like some type of exotic dip. welcome and pass the crackers.
benfrost, Feb 18 2005

       This is kinda good in an 'I could really do with one of these' sort of way and kinda bad in a 'now you can be working even while stretching your legs' sort of a way.   

       [gusta] - Congratulations on your first idea, how come it took you four years?
wagster, Feb 18 2005

       The desk was programed to drop back into place every four years.
skinflaps, Feb 18 2005

       Bravo. I was just thinking I should probably get up and stretch a bit. With your desk invention I wouldn't even need to think about it...it would just happen.
Machiavelli, Feb 18 2005

       Whether you wanted it too or not.   

       Can you imagine this in a meeting?   

       EDIT: What am I thinking? Of course you can.
shapu, Feb 18 2005

       //how come it took you four years?// probably be 2009 before we get an answer.
po, Feb 18 2005

changokun, Feb 19 2005


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