By the mid 1990′s, people were more comfortable with technology. Granted, things were just getting started, but people were ready for technology to change their world. More and more people were using cell phones, and kids were being raised with video games and computers in school.
In just 1994, a nerdy think tank were already predicting a world were people used tablet computers to read the newspaper. It’s scary that they hit the nail right on the head exactly. The video is being shared on Gawker.
As we continue to advance into the future, it’s normal for your hatred for the gym to grow bigger every day.
Let’s face it, technology is better. Messing around on your Xbox is way more fun than fighting over cable crossover machines at the gym.
But what if there were an awesome way to bridge the gap between tech and fitness while staying in the comfort of your own home?
This is where the Tao Chair comes in handy. The chair was developed by Tao-Wellness, a California-based tech and wellness company that was founded by Dr. Kosta Yanev and Philo Northrup.
This chair allows you to bring all of your favorite gym workouts straight to your living room, and it still looks like an awesome, futuristic recliner instead of a clunky piece of gym equipment you need to hide whenever you have guests over.
In a recent interview with Mashable, cofounder and president of Tao-Wellness, Northrup, explained,
This concept turns downtime into exercise time. People want to be healthier, but find it hard to find the time, especially after work when they want to watch TV with the family. Instead of eating potato chips while relaxing, you can burn calories, tone muscle and keep the heart pumping.
It’s genius, and it sounds like something that would actually allow you to keep your New Year’s resolution of staying healthy and fit!
This is the Tao Chair, a fitness device that allows you to work out from the comfort of your own home instead of an overcrowded gym.
The chair was developed by Tao-Wellness, a California-based tech and wellness company. It was unveiled at the 2015 International CES in Las Vegas.
Here are some of the different exercises you can do with the Tao Chair.
Check out the video below for a closer look at how it works.
It’s taken almost nine years, but the new XBox has just been unveiled, not as the 1080 as many fans speculated, but simply as the XBox One.
Besides for a new Kinect sensor and controller, gamers can expect Microsoft’s fourth generation console to be a truly all-in-one entertainment machine, with live TV, Skype, social networking, and more.
The unveiling video of the new console has instantly gone viral, amassing over 1.5 million views in one day.