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D-BOX's GPH-120 Hybrid Motion system lazes its way into living rooms

Steven Kim
January 9, 2009
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We didn't think we'd see the day that D-BOX's motion chairs would find a way into homes, but between video gaming and Motion Code on Blu-ray, it looks like it's going to happen. The GPH-120 Hybrid Motion system is a reclining theater and gaming chair that will carry a $2,999 price tag. Not cheap, but motion actuators that can roll, pitch and move your head to the tune of 2Gs might provide more immersion than some 3D efforts we've seen and without the funny glasses. Plus, we're thinking any feelings of nausea might be more intentional, too.

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