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Leo brought the Zero G Chair design to Disorient. Starting in 2001 several Zero G Chairs were installed along the inside walls of our [[Dome|Dome]]. Zero Gs are an important module of the Disorient mythology.<BR>
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Revision as of 12:59, 27 January 2020

Inspired by NASA's solution to minimize the trauma that the thrust of a Saturn V lift-off could inflict on the body of the astronauts, Disorient's Zero G Chairs distributes the weight of the body evenly on the surface of the chair. Once you forget your body, sky's the limit.

Zero G Chair 2010.jpg

Leo brought the Zero G Chair design to Disorient. Starting in 2001 several Zero G Chairs were installed along the inside walls of our Dome. The Zero G is an important module of the Disorient mythology.

ZeroGChairDisorientDomeBM2003.jpg ZeroGChairDisorientDomeBM2003.2.jpg ZeroGChairDisorientLA2018.jpg