Murakami Rocking Chair Is Eco-Friendly

Everybody is going green nowadays, and while it’s always a good thing to see tech firms trying to do their part, it’s also nice to see simple items go down the same path. Such is the case with the Murakami chair designed by Rochus Jacob. Instead of wasting all that kinetic energy that rocking a chair generates, it instead uses advanced nano-dynamo technology that is built into the skids of the chair to power the OLED reading lamp above your head. The energy is stored into a battery pack, ready to spring into action when you need it at night. Simplicity at its best, don’t you think?


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