iBum Photocopying Chair: Because "The Ass Is The Window Of The Soul"
Jul 14, 2009 17:20
According to the designer of the iBum, "the ass is the window to the soul." I suppose that is true for the kind of person who would buy a chair with a built-in butt photocopier.
The concept is simple—motion sensors detect the presence of a victim and prompt the embedded photocopier to scan. The image then shoots out the side—ready to be archived in your collection (plus, it leaves your butt feeling comfortably warm). Unfortunately, pranksters will have to continue on with office copiers for now—the iBum is unlikely to emerge from the prototype stage. [Tomomi Sayuda via FormFiftyFive via about:blank]
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