While the idea itself is entirely unique, the process of constructing the couch sounds almost automated. After hooking someone into an EEG, software converts the brainwave readings into a 3D map. This map is fed into a CNC machine that carves the product itself out of foam.
Done and done.
As of now, the work leans toward proof-of-concept art. But it’s not hard to imagine walking into IKEA, thinking happy thoughts about homemade cookies and walking out with a kitchen table that, while not so practical, is inherently chock full of emotional warmth and caloric euphoria. [yatzer and unfold via medgadget]