Kids especially boys are crazy about video games. Parents hate seeing their kids behave like couch potatoes and get fatter day by day. This is one of the many reasons Nintendo’s Wii has proven so popular and now a company with a new concept in game seating is also hoping to do its bit for poor childhood posture and inactivity by getting kids moving and improving their posture while they sit playing video games.
The brain-child of designer Tim Briggs who came up with the idea after watching his younger cousin playing computer games, the GAMEROX is suitable for any console and has been developed for children aged 7-12. The gaming chair enhances blood circulation, and makes the child move which is a natural tendency while playing such games. The profile of the cushion seat encourages correct central positioning on the chair and provides a dynamic upright sitting position. The futuristic cushioned gaming chair allows you to move along the XYZ axes. The only bad news is that we have no word on the price but the entertaining Gamerox chair will be releasing in the near future.