Ikea hat einen Stuhl namens Ubik entwickelt, bei dem die Sitzfläche ans Gesäß des jeweiligen Käufers angepasst wird – mit Hilfe der 3D-Druck-Technik. Ikea bringt mit dem Ubik demnächst eine individuell aus dem 3D-Drucker angepasste Variante auf den Markt, die bis zu 20 Stunden-Sessions. Wer künftig einen Ubik kaufen will, muss in eine Filiale von Ikea kommen, in der ein Körperscanner verfügbar ist. Bei einer Probesitzung erfasst.
Ubik: Gamer-Stuhl von Ikea wird individuell angepasstInteressenten werden allerdings noch etwas warten müssen: Ab sollen die neuen Stühle voraussichtlich zu haben sein. Ikea Ubik. Für den individuellen Gamer-Stuhl Ubik können Kunden künftig ihren Po bei Ikea einscannen lassen. Bei Ikea wird es bald Gaming-Zubehör zu kaufen geben. Der Gaming-Stuhl Ubik entstand ebenfalls in Zusammenarbeit mit Unyq.
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UNYQ is pleased to announce the launch of three new personalised products for the global gaming community in collaboration with the Swedish furniture giant IKEA.
There are an estimated 2. Gamers spend a large portion of their time online, sitting for hours on end, which can lead to massive physical strain on the body.
Drawing on the expertise and input of Area Academy, an educational e-sport company with a thorough understanding of the unique wants and needs of gamers, UNYQ and IKEA identified an opportunity to create products which are not only functional, customised and design driven, but also offer ergonomic benefits.
Your new skin in the game Available The accessories are the first products of Ikea's partnership with UNYQ, a design company that specializes in "customized 3D-printed medical wearables," and Area Academy, a Swedish e-sports school.
The partnership has also created other prototypes including desk supports, chairs and tables. The Uppkoppla project isn't the furniture manufacturer's first foray into the world of gaming or its first project with UNYQ.
The key, Engman explains, is personalization. The idea is that that customers can get their body scanned when they purchase the Ubik at IKEA stores.
These lattice inserts slide into the seat and prop sitters up in the ideal posture. The IKEA prototype shown today was just the seat, without a backrest.
Getting a buttocks scan at IKEA may well also appeal to sedentary office workers desperate for ergonomic seating solutions.
The intention is for gamers to be able to scan their bodies in an IKEA office in the future so that the company can make ergonomic and comfortable parts to suit.