A seat you can literally take anywhere. They call it the Chairless Chair.

The Chairless Chair was invented by Keith Gunura of Noonee AG, designed by Sapetti Studio and built by Zuhlke Group.

Tech Insider shows you how it’s used. The wearable brace locks into place with the push of a button. When locked, it can be rested on. When the wearer needs to move, it releases in a second. Shoulder, waist, and shoe straps connect it to the wearer. It can be customized to fit all sizes and outfits. The chair holds about 220 lbs per leg.

Tech Insider says it could help in the workplace by increasing productivity for thousands of industries.

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