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CHAIR by Mind Map: CHAIR

1. Psychology

1.1. Feel

1.2. Positive

1.2.1. Focus

1.2.2. Empathy

1.2.3. Meditative

1.2.4. Relaxation

1.2.5. Encouraging

1.2.6. Peaceful

1.2.7. Fun

1.2.8. Improvement in work

1.2.9. Performance

1.3. Interactive

1.4. Communication

1.4.1. Interaction

1.4.2. social

1.5. Self esteem

1.6. Engaging

1.7. inviting

2. User

2.1. Time of use

2.2. Movement

2.3. Safe

2.3.1. Non Toxic

2.3.2. No sharp edges

2.3.3. No open parts

2.4. Target

2.4.1. Middle age group

2.4.2. All genders

3. Location

3.1. Enviornment

3.2. Cafe

3.3. house

4. Theme explored

4.1. Bauhaus

4.2. Parametric

4.3. Organic

4.4. Kirigami

4.5. Geometric

4.6. Oregami

4.7. Contemprory

4.8. Memphis

5. Color

6. Material

6.1. Wood

6.2. Rattan

6.3. Metals

6.4. Recycled cork

6.5. Plastic

6.6. Bamboo

6.7. Corian

6.8. Plywood

6.9. Polymers

6.10. MDF

7. Health

7.1. Proper posture

7.2. Overall Mind and Relaxation

7.3. Lower Joints and back problems

8. Inspiraton

8.1. Geometric

8.2. Wavy

8.3. Nature

8.4. Fashion

8.5. Parametric

8.6. Egg

8.7. Sailfish

8.8. Waves

8.9. Desert

8.10. Jellyfish

8.11. Mountains

8.12. Paperfolding

9. Prototyping Models

9.1. Materials

9.1.1. Paper

9.1.2. Cardboard

9.1.3. Clay

9.1.4. Toothpicks

9.2. Tools

10. User Requirements

10.1. Simple

10.2. Stable

10.3. Quality

10.4. compact

10.5. Comfort

10.6. Transport

10.7. sturdy

10.8. Easy to maintain

10.9. Durable

10.10. Easy to clean

10.11. Moveable

10.12. Recyclable

10.13. Sustainability

10.14. Experience

10.15. Strong

11. Aesthetics

11.1. Innovative

11.2. Fun

11.3. Creative

11.4. Modern

11.5. Fun

11.6. Smooth

11.7. Visually Appealing

12. Function

12.1. Reading

12.2. Relaxing

12.3. Using electronics

13. What is a chair

14. Ergonomics

14.1. Easy to sit and get up

14.2. Height

14.3. Space

14.4. Leg

14.5. Neck

14.6. Spinal curve

14.7. Anthropometry

14.8. Chair seat design

14.8.1. Seat Width

14.8.1.1. Wide enough for free hip movement

14.8.1.2. changing position

14.9. Angle

14.10. Depth

14.11. Overall Height

14.12. Back

14.12.1. Height

14.12.2. Angle

14.13. Back

14.14. Arms

14.15. Weight

15. Manufacturing

15.1. Joineries

15.2. machinaries

16. Use of softwears

16.1. Rhino

16.2. Grasshopper

16.3. Keyshot

16.4. Photoshop

17. Types of chairs

18. Existing problems

18.1. Hunching shoulders

18.2. Knee joint ache

18.3. Stress

18.4. Back Problem

18.5. Neck pain

19. Form

19.1. Base

19.1.1. Wide

19.1.2. number of legs

19.1.3. Solid

19.1.4. Curvey