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Published on Mar 30, 2015
Biomimicry of the bird. Inspiration and expiration, affecting balance, is commuted to the movement of feathered wings. Energy to counter gravity cycles with breath as indicated by white feather plumes. The cathedra's center of mass shifts with the movement of air through the lungs.
Participants sit in the chair and it begins to move its large feather wings in concert with the participant’s breath. On inspiration, the wings open wide. On expiration, the wings gently close. By sensing changes in the center of gravity, the chair mimics the breathing patterns of the participant.