The Sensory chair Lounger consists of two airbags to cover all the human body. The development is designed specifically for children with autism, so that they can feel comfortable in any conditions, writes The Daily Mail.

Scientists have developed a chair that simulates hugs

People with autism find it hard to perceive emotions, communication with a stranger can cause a lot of stress and lead to irritation, nervous breakdown. "Artificial embrace soothes and helps to set one's contact with others.

Pressure body causes the release of happy hormones, calms children. Developer chair Stuart Jackson is planning to launch in the near future.

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