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Command Your Boat (or Starship) with this Dual-iPad Helmsman’s Chair

NorSap Dual-iPad Helmsman's Chair

For Serious Ocean Mariners and Starfleet Captains of the Mind, Norwegian chair manufacturer NorSap has just unveiled a new concept iChair.  Designed to offer strength and flexibility for helmsmen during long sea voyages, this Enterprise-worthy throne comes complete with two iPad docks – so you can navigate and goof off at the same time –  cushioned forearm rests and an (optional) heated footrest!

Looks a bit like a cross between a dentist’s chair and Captain Pike’s wheelchair.  I’d pilot this for a while.

Modular Table Will Accommodate Both Your Houseplant And Your iPad

Modular Table Will Accommodate Both Your Houseplant And Your iPad

We admit, this table isn’t for everyone. Heck, it’s not even for me: the only thing growing out of my coffee table are several blossoming fungal pillars where slices of pizza were once let to be.

Even so, we can’t help but admit this conceptual modular table designed by Roberto Delponte of Stratodesign, which — I think — really does a lot to highlight the iPad’s almost zen minimalist gorgeousness of aesthetic.

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Sonic Chair, Now with iMac

Sonic Chair, Now with iMac

Hail the retro-futuristic flair of the Sonic Chair, which now comes in a version with a 20’ iMac already attached.

The German-designed seat, aims to make you feel like you’re sitting inside a giant speaker, hides cables away in the metal base and has an MP3 jack.

Available in 35 colors, no specs on price for the Mac version, though the original cost a ballistic €7,000 euros (that’s about $10,000).

Via Gizmodo UK

Luxe Cocoon Controlled by iPhone

Luxe Cocoon Controlled by iPhone

LOMME (Light Over Matter Mind Evolution) is cocooning for the aughts, or “a unique sleep experience and rejuvenation environment,” as the designers call it.

The fiberglass egg-shaped bed emits soothing sounds (from a built-in iPod), beams tired eyes with “color-therapy filtered lights,” and offers a variety of massage options.

All functions are controlled by a specially-programmed iPhone.

Created by a design trio based in Liechtenstein, only the price may not make you rest easy: around 40,00 euro, or about $55,000.