Concept seat shifts with passenger's size, needs

11/14/2013 |

Seymourpowell, a design firm from Britain, has developed an airplane seat dubbed the "Morph," which accommodates the individual size of the passenger. "A passenger's size is only one factor; Morph takes into account how people feel along with their emotional needs," said Jeremy White, the company's head of transport. "The young female traveling alone, a mother nursing a child, an elderly or less abled passenger, or a family traveling together, all have specific needs; some desire more privacy or security, some are more vulnerable and require greater assistance, whilst others only need entertainment."

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