Innovative desk makers take a stand against sitting at workInnovative desk makers take a stand against sitting at workInnovative desk makers take a stand against sitting at work

by:YABO     2019-12-15
CHICAGO —
The hottest trend in office furniture is standing at a desk because people think sitting posture is unhealthy --
\"New smoking.
\"This creates another wave of products for those who like the idea of standing but don\'t necessarily commit to standing.
\"Most people, 70 points, take a vacation (
Standing table)
\"Stop in a sitting position,\" J. P.
Labrosse, founder and chief executive of Stir, recently said at the NeoCon office furniture trade show in Chicago.
In response, Stir created a table that can be programmed to stimulate the user to leave the rear with a soft vibration.
There are two models for this table, $4,190 for F1 and $2,990 for M1.
In about 20 days, the technology of the service desk can understand the user.
It then uses data to determine when users are more likely to respond to reminders and to keep track of standing targets.
For example, users can program their desks to keep them busy for half the working day, but it takes only 20 minutes at a time.
When it\'s time to get up, the table does math and sends a reminder.
The use of data is fed back to the Stir, which compiles information without a name and provides it to the company of the employee who can use this data to check whether the employee is standing.
The idea, says Labrosse, is for companies to use this data to reduce the cost of health insurance.
There are also some office workers who like to stand at tables but don\'t necessarily stand well.
This is the focus of its market.
The company\'s best-selling product is Mogo, which costs $100.
A leg stool that allows a person to tilt back in a neutral position-
Did not sit down completely, did not stand completely.
The seat cushion of the stool is designed to adapt to the natural bending of the hips.
Martin\'s keen and focused cooperation
The founder says he has sold more than 7,500 mangoes since his Rhode Island
Two years ago, the headquarters company released the stool.
\"We are making progress,\" he said . \"
To promote Mogo, Keen and his wife, Mary, are marketing the health benefits of being neutral, which they claim helps users forget about their bodies and instead focus on improving productivity.
To demonstrate the health benefits of Mogo, Keens offers a morning yoga class at a pop music club
Open a shop at the trade show in Chicago.
Participants in office attire put their feet on the floor, put their hips on Mogo, and raise their arms above their heads.
\"Look up,\" said the yoga instructor . \".
\"Press Your seat bones on your seat.
\"Keens follows on their Mogos, stretching their arms, legs, back and neck muscles.
In the process of pursuing the perfect posture, the Keane people try to find their own balance.
Office furniture manufacturers say the biggest challenge in selling stand-up desks is to convince companies to buy them because desks are expensive and they don\'t think employees will use them.
That\'s why some companies are sold out. of-the-
A box sitting on a regular table. Coppell, Texas-
For example, four models based in Varidesk cost between $275 and $400.
Varidesk\'s chief executive, Jason McCann, said the company was out of need to find a desk for an employee with a back problem.
He couldn\'t find an affordable product that was easy to install, so he created an adjustable table that he put on the market about two years ago.
Variety desk now employs about 60 employees and sells desks in all 50 states, Macon said.
Variety desk\'s sales are characterized by simplicity, Macon said.
To improve or lower it, the user grabs the table from the side and squeezes the handle.
It locks the position and can be used at any time.
\"It\'s not standing, it\'s staying active,\" Macon said . \".
And Justin Lucas, who wants to make his desk smarter.
Lucas, director of partner at Autonomy, said California
The startup raised $285,422 on Kickstarter and developed a desk with a virtual office assistant named Maya.
The assistant\'s desk was priced at $599 at Indiegogo, where the company raised $67,000.
It includes a wireless charging board, a USB charger, a HD speaker, and a bag and key hanger.
Lucas said it will start shipping in the fourth quarter.
Maya can handle small tasks like calling a taxi or ordering your favorite food.
To this end, developers connect autonomous software to such service partners.
In the future, developers will develop more applications to use the software and make Maya an affordable, consumer-friendly robot, Lucas said.
One day, Maya may interact with devices like coffee machines, act as an alarm clock, track your heart rate, and act as a designer who knows what the wardrobe is about and suggests to wear.
\"There are a lot of smart tables out there, but nothing is exciting or new,\" Lucas said . \".
\"We want to provide that stimulus.
Chicago court-
The hottest trend in office furniture is standing at a desk because people think sitting posture is unhealthy --
\"New smoking.
\"This creates another wave of products for those who like the idea of standing but don\'t necessarily commit to standing.
\"Most people, 70 points, take a vacation (
Standing table)
\"Stop in a sitting position,\" J. P.
Labrosse, founder and chief executive of Stir, recently said at the NeoCon office furniture trade show in Chicago.
In response, Stir created a table that can be programmed to stimulate the user to leave the rear with a soft vibration.
There are two models for this table, $4,190 for F1 and $2,990 for M1.
In about 20 days, the technology of the service desk can understand the user.
It then uses data to determine when users are more likely to respond to reminders and to keep track of standing targets.
For example, users can program their desks to keep them busy for half the working day, but it takes only 20 minutes at a time.
When it\'s time to get up, the table does math and sends a reminder.
The use of data is fed back to the Stir, which compiles information without a name and provides it to the company of the employee who can use this data to check whether the employee is standing.
The idea, says Labrosse, is for companies to use this data to reduce the cost of health insurance.
There are also some office workers who like to stand at tables but don\'t necessarily stand well.
This is the focus of its market.
The company\'s best-selling product is Mogo, which costs $100.
A leg stool that allows a person to tilt back in a neutral position-
Did not sit down completely, did not stand completely.
The seat cushion of the stool is designed to adapt to the natural bending of the hips.
Martin\'s keen and focused cooperation
The founder says he has sold more than 7,500 mangoes since his Rhode Island
Two years ago, the headquarters company released the stool.
\"We are making progress,\" he said . \"
To promote Mogo, Keen and his wife, Mary, are marketing the health benefits of being neutral, which they claim helps users forget about their bodies and instead focus on improving productivity.
To demonstrate the health benefits of Mogo, Keens offers a morning yoga class at a pop music club
Open a shop at the trade show in Chicago.
Participants in office attire put their feet on the floor, put their hips on Mogo, and raise their arms above their heads.
\"Look up,\" said the yoga instructor . \".
\"Press Your seat bones on your seat.
\"Keens follows on their Mogos, stretching their arms, legs, back and neck muscles.
In the process of pursuing the perfect posture, the Keane people try to find their own balance.
Office furniture manufacturers say the biggest challenge in selling stand-up desks is to convince companies to buy them because desks are expensive and they don\'t think employees will use them.
That\'s why some companies are sold out. of-the-
A box sitting on a regular table. Coppell, Texas-
For example, four models based in Varidesk cost between $275 and $400.
Varidesk\'s chief executive, Jason McCann, said the company was out of need to find a desk for an employee with a back problem.
He couldn\'t find an affordable product that was easy to install, so he created an adjustable table that he put on the market about two years ago.
Variety desk now employs about 60 employees and sells desks in all 50 states, Macon said.
Variety desk\'s sales are characterized by simplicity, Macon said.
To improve or lower it, the user grabs the table from the side and squeezes the handle.
It locks the position and can be used at any time.
\"It\'s not standing, it\'s staying active,\" Macon said . \".
And Justin Lucas, who wants to make his desk smarter.
Lucas, director of partner at Autonomy, said California
The startup raised $285,422 on Kickstarter and developed a desk with a virtual office assistant named Maya.
The assistant\'s desk was priced at $599 at Indiegogo, where the company raised $67,000.
It includes a wireless charging board, a USB charger, a HD speaker, and a bag and key hanger.
Lucas said it will start shipping in the fourth quarter.
Maya can handle small tasks like calling a taxi or ordering your favorite food.
To this end, developers connect autonomous software to such service partners.
In the future, developers will develop more applications to use the software and make Maya an affordable, consumer-friendly robot, Lucas said.
One day, Maya may interact with devices like coffee machines, act as an alarm clock, track your heart rate, and act as a designer who knows what the wardrobe is about and suggests to wear.
\"There are a lot of smart tables out there, but nothing is exciting or new,\" Lucas said . \".
\"We want to provide that stimulus.
Chicago court-
The hottest trend in office furniture is standing at a desk because people think sitting posture is unhealthy --
\"New smoking.
\"This creates another wave of products for those who like the idea of standing but don\'t necessarily commit to standing.
\"Most people, 70 points, take a vacation (
Standing table)
\"Stop in a sitting position,\" J. P.
Labrosse, founder and chief executive of Stir, recently said at the NeoCon office furniture trade show in Chicago.
In response, Stir created a table that can be programmed to stimulate the user to leave the rear with a soft vibration.
There are two models for this table, $4,190 for F1 and $2,990 for M1.
In about 20 days, the technology of the service desk can understand the user.
It then uses data to determine when users are more likely to respond to reminders and to keep track of standing targets.
For example, users can program their desks to keep them busy for half the working day, but it takes only 20 minutes at a time.
When it\'s time to get up, the table does math and sends a reminder.
The use of data is fed back to the Stir, which compiles information without a name and provides it to the company of the employee who can use this data to check whether the employee is standing.
The idea, says Labrosse, is for companies to use this data to reduce the cost of health insurance.
There are also some office workers who like to stand at tables but don\'t necessarily stand well.
This is the focus of its market.
The company\'s best-selling product is Mogo, which costs $100.
A leg stool that allows a person to tilt back in a neutral position-
Did not sit down completely, did not stand completely.
The seat cushion of the stool is designed to adapt to the natural bending of the hips.
Martin\'s keen and focused cooperation
The founder says he has sold more than 7,500 mangoes since his Rhode Island
Two years ago, the headquarters company released the stool.
\"We are making progress,\" he said . \"
To promote Mogo, Keen and his wife, Mary, are marketing the health benefits of being neutral, which they claim helps users forget about their bodies and instead focus on improving productivity.
To demonstrate the health benefits of Mogo, Keens offers a morning yoga class at a pop music club
Open a shop at the trade show in Chicago.
Participants in office attire put their feet on the floor, put their hips on Mogo, and raise their arms above their heads.
\"Look up,\" said the yoga instructor . \".
\"Press Your seat bones on your seat.
\"Keens follows on their Mogos, stretching their arms, legs, back and neck muscles.
In the process of pursuing the perfect posture, the Keane people try to find their own balance.
Office furniture manufacturers say the biggest challenge in selling stand-up desks is to convince companies to buy them because desks are expensive and they don\'t think employees will use them.
That\'s why some companies are sold out. of-the-
A box sitting on a regular table. Coppell, Texas-
For example, four models based in Varidesk cost between $275 and $400.
Varidesk\'s chief executive, Jason McCann, said the company was out of need to find a desk for an employee with a back problem.
He couldn\'t find an affordable product that was easy to install, so he created an adjustable table that he put on the market about two years ago.
Variety desk now employs about 60 employees and sells desks in all 50 states, Macon said.
Variety desk\'s sales are characterized by simplicity, Macon said.
To improve or lower it, the user grabs the table from the side and squeezes the handle.
It locks the position and can be used at any time.
\"It\'s not standing, it\'s staying active,\" Macon said . \".
And Justin Lucas, who wants to make his desk smarter.
Lucas, director of partner at Autonomy, said California
The startup raised $285,422 on Kickstarter and developed a desk with a virtual office assistant named Maya.
The assistant\'s desk was priced at $599 at Indiegogo, where the company raised $67,000.
It includes a wireless charging board, a USB charger, a HD speaker, and a bag and key hanger.
Lucas said it will start shipping in the fourth quarter.
Maya can handle small tasks like calling a taxi or ordering your favorite food.
To this end, developers connect autonomous software to such service partners.
In the future, developers will develop more applications to use the software and make Maya an affordable, consumer-friendly robot, Lucas said.
One day, Maya may interact with devices like coffee machines, act as an alarm clock, track your heart rate, and act as a designer who knows what the wardrobe is about and suggests to wear.
\"There are a lot of smart tables out there, but nothing is exciting or new,\" Lucas said . \".
\"We want to provide that stimulus.
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