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Japan has developed technology that eliminates the need to queue

Nissan has applied its self-driving car technology to chairs, so people no longer have to stand up while queuing. The ProPILOT Chair automatically detects the movement of the chair in front of it, while maintaining a fixed distance along a set path. It's being tested in Japan and has been used outside of restaurants and also in museums. Watch this video to learn how it works.
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