There are many carmakers who are working on self-driving car technology, and Nissan is one of them. In a bid to promote their self-driving and automotive technology, the company has put together a little promotional stunt which shows how their technology could potentially be applied to office chairs as well.

In the video above, simply by clapping hands together, office chairs will be able to self-park at their respective desks. This helps create a neat and tidy look, something that offices don’t typically look like at the end of the day when everyone is done with work and just can’t wait to rush back home for their dinner.

According to Nissan, these are modified Okamura chairs that are tracked by four motion cameras mounted on the walls and are controlled by WiFi. However like we said, this is more of a promotional stunt to show off the carmaker’s technology, so if you were hoping to see similar chairs being made available in the future, you probably shouldn’t get your hopes up.

Admittedly It is a good idea and we wouldn’t be surprised if office furniture makers were to come up with something similar in the near future. In the meantime, how would you guys like to see this technology make its way into your office or home?

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