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Invisible chair

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May 2010
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KLM airlines has launched a new “‘Economy Comfort zone in response to customer demands for greater comfort and more choice in Economy Class on intercontinental flights.” To publicize their new spaces on board (i.e. up to ten centimeters more legroom and back supports that can recline twice as far), they put a man sitting on what looks to be an invisible chair at the Manchester Airport.

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Guest's picture
Guest

Its Magic.....Surely????

mosho's picture
mosho
Activity Score 298

great idea :)
i think that the secret is in his right leg that fixed on floor may be he also cant change his position because there is some kind of strong seat inside his clothes :D i donno is some one agree with me ?

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sirvan
Activity Score 29860

That's how it works :)

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"I love some things, and don't love some other things."

iRIO's picture
iRIO
Activity Score 224

that's right. there was similar art project couple years ago:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k-qq2KcUo40

Molecule's picture
Molecule
Activity Score 435

Wow! that's really cool. The faces in the video is all the proof you need that this was a great idea. I wonder how they did it. My guess is the shoe is bolted to the floor and there is some sort of chair in his pants.

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Reality Check
Activity Score 2537

Stop wasting time and go to Manchester to see KLM Airlines: Invisible chair right now.

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jimmymars
Activity Score 58

5 minutes of astonishment on bypassing faces, that sure adds to the idea.

Adaddicted's picture
Adaddicted
Activity Score 3435

Living ambient!

withalltherespects

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jeff.emmanuel
Activity Score 149

hahahaha nice idea :)

Jeff

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nacho movete
Activity Score 24

cool !

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ReDorkulator
Activity Score 58

Really nice. I love seeing the reactions to the display.

gmint7's picture
gmint7
Activity Score 2683

hmm.. this really works
winner

:::J:::

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KubaLibre
Activity Score 78

"Yogis" in India are making living out of this for centuries. Yet I do find this execution effective and relevant... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etSivpBHUmE

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I Love Mondays
Activity Score 12

I absolutely love this. People won't forget this brand in a hurry

Guest's picture
Guest

Maybe the guy is an amputee. Those legs could be actually solid metal (the right welded to the the floor) up to the man's upper legs or the point of amputation. Then the metal would continue on as a flat sheet to seat the amputee, and extending further to his back for him to recline on. Why amputee? It would be impossible to stay in one cross-leg position for 5 minutes or more.

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Guest

Does anyone know what the music that's used is?

Guest's picture
Guest

Two strong magnets that face each other, repel each other. The foot on the box base is to keep him from 'sliding' off of the magnetic field. Charley in Alaska

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Guest

Strong magnetic fields (even ones apposing each other) would have quite a large health and safety risk, it would need signs, cordoned off areas, etc so I don't think its magnets.

Phill B

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Its Magic.....Surely????

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