Matrix Unplugged Chair Comes With Nuclear Sub Technology

Matrix Unplugged Chair (Images courtesy Device Gallery)
By Andrew Liszewski

Ok, so maybe that headline’s a bit misleading, since it’s not like this Matrix Unplugged chair is actually nuclear powered or anything. But it is made from the torpedo lifting jaws of a real-life nuclear powered submarine, which gives the chair its unique and industrial looking finish. Apparently the torpedo lifting mechanism itself was a prototype that was never actually used or mass-produced, which makes the chair a one-of-a-kind creation. It was built by Zoran Milivojevic who’s an artist and a machinist (I guess he’d have to be) and it features working motorized hydraulics for adjusting the chair’s position and ergonomics. And if the orange finish doesn’t match your office motif, Zoran will customize it with a color of your choice or even leather padding. All that for the low, low price of just $37,000. (Surprisingly, it’s still available.)

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