Designer Yves Béhar worked with a company called Ori to develop an entire line of robotic furniture, designed to save space in your home or apartment.
Ori utilizes modular mechatronics to offer everything from full living rooms and offices to retractable beds.
As more and more things become completely autonomous or linked to your smartphone, it was only natural that we’d eventually get robotic furniture you can control with the touch of a button.
At the moment, the first units are expected to be delivered to developers in early 2017, followed by a pilot program.
No price point for the robotic furniture has been set.