JetBlue Installs Napping Pods For Weary Travelers At JFK Airport You know the feeling: your head is full of stuffing your feet are dragging and you just need to find somewhere to rest your tired bones after a long flight and before you get on another plane. If you dont have access to an airlines lounge there are limited options for napping at most airports: snoozing upright in a chair or perhaps tucked away in a corner on the ground. JetBlue is offering another choice with new napping pods…
Can you imagine the near future, where enclosed lounge pods are available in public spaces: airports, hotels, waiting rooms, hospitals. These private seating areas would allow you to plug-in and log in any device, and like magic, you'll have access to all your files, music, contacts, internet, video and games. The future is closer than you think.
The Pod - in wellness mode, it tells you how to slow down your breathing, relax and meditate. Massage chair and small video screen + I imagine it has some better class of meditation music wonder if it filters your air and adds in negative ions and aromatherapy and oxygen? (Ray Peat would like optimized CO2 added) In learning mode you get lessons delivered by subscription - it costs $10K from Fast Company .... hmm classroom of the future?
NCSU libraries - Privacy. A group of retro “ball chairs” provides a way to squeeze more useful, comfortable seating into current spaces. The ball chairs were originally designed in 1963 and quickly earned a reputation for being incredibly tough and innovative. The ball chair is designed to be a room within a room, providing a private space for the user.
If you're looking to elevate your lounging experience, you'll be happy to hang in the ultra-modern Pod Hanging Chair. A futuristic feat of style and comfort, this suspended seat features cozy contempor... Find the Pod Hanging Chair, as seen in the Countdown to Sputnik Style Collection at http://dotandbo.com/collections/countdown-to-sputnik-style?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=organic&db_sku=106833