Name, first nameNapat PongpanatnukulYear of birth1992UniversityECALField of Interest / research fieldProduct / Object DesignTitle of projectSame (sitting) but different (posture)AbstractSitting Posture is a part of body language,
and it is an instinct from the origin
of organisms. For the first ancient
Egyptians, sitting was a matter of status,
varying from throne, to chair and floor.
Sitting posture has an impact on much
more than just a basic resting position.
There are many factors that influence
posture such as tradition, rules, culture,
etc. Sometimes comfort is the last thing
you need.
Why do people sit in a different posture
even in the same chair?
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