Clone Chaise: The Chair That Can See Through You
British designer Sam Buxton wants to see the insides of your body. Maybe not personally, but the lounger that he came up with can do that exact thing.
Cleverly dubbed as the Clone Chaise, these pieces of furniture are interactive and respond to human touch and usage. It comes to life when it detects a person is near it, with its electroluminescent display lighting up almost instantly. As the user interacts more with the chair, it is seemingly "brought to life", with its electronic heart starting to beat and its lungs starting to pump oxygen in and out.
It's definitely a stunning piece of furniture that sounds like something straight out of a sci-fi novel. The bad news is that only six Clone Chaise lounges were made, so you might have some difficulty scoring one for your den or study.