Does your job involve you having to stand for a long period of time? Then worry not as Nitto, a Japanese Company, introduces “Archelis,” the Wearable Chair. It gives you the chance to sit without actually sitting down. It was initially developed to help medical professionals who undergo grueling hours of standing in the operation room.
Most people worry about not being able to stand due to sitting down for long periods while at work. However, some people endure more fatigue by standing at work for a long period of time. That is why Archelis has been designed to reduce this fatigue. It is a chair made of a combination of durable metal and carbon which works perfectly to ease a person’s movement. Although it is strong, it is also lightweight so as to give comfort to all possible movements.
All you have to do is to simply strap Archelis onto your legs so that it is able to follow every single movement you perform. The best way to do this is to bend your knees first and bring your weight to the upper part of the unit. Archelis will then be able to support you as if you were really sitting in order to take the strain off your legs and feet. As long as you follow the steps, you’ll surely feel as comfortable as possible while working.
Archelis is primarily targeted to medical professionals, particularly surgeons, who require a lot of concentration to work. They undergo a tough challenge both mentally and physically for long periods of time and thus it is a great development to assist them. A few years from now, Archelis will also be seen as an important tool in different working environments and situations like in the IT industry or for people who have trouble walking or standing.
This wearable device is still under development and isn’t available in the market yet. However, it certainly has a promising future with all the benefits that it proposes. How about you? What importance do you see in the use of this amazing Archelis invention?
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