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Nissan Designs an Automobile That Provides Health Benefits?

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On: Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 3:18PM | By: Sherry Christiansen


Nissan Designs an Automobile That Provides Health Benefits?

Nissan has recently issued a press release about a brand new concept in automotive interior features—a car that can promote comfort, as well as health and wellness for drivers and passengers.

There is no question that auto technology is advancing, but this seems a bit preposterous, is Nissan planning to issue an on-call physician with each car they sell? Not hardly. The Japanese automaker plans to develop 3 new innovative technologies for the interior of its cars, one that will actually release an aerosol with vitamin C that drivers would subsequently breathe in intended to promote healthy skin, now there is a concept, particularly for those who live in sunny geographic locations and worry about skin cancer-such as L.A. But wait; there is more innovative technology in the works from Nissan.
The advanced climate control system in cars of the future will provide devices that can be controlled in the car’s cabin such as; the “plamacluster ion generator,” and the “grape polyphenol air filter” designed to keep the skin moisturized and reduce the amount of bacteria and/or mold level in air which would also control odors and reduce the presence of allergens.
What about a new seat design modeled based on human temperature sensitivity studies (world-first) conducted in a joint research program with Professor Yutaka Tochihara of Kyushu University Faculty of Design. A research using heat to promote blood flow in the legs and back which has been shown to reduce driver fatigue. There’s also technology planned for an additional comfortable heated captain seat design which uses an incorporated leg rest, comfortable seatback, and layered thick cushion pads to promote comfort when riding in the car for long periods. The ergonomic seat would help to support the natural curves of the spine, creating a zero gravity environment that releases tension and stress in the back.
Nissan calls the three technologies part of its “Life on Board” program aimed at supporting the entire process of getting in and out of the vehicle, driving, and arriving at the destination safely. Many systems have already been implemented such as the “intelligent Control Display” multi-function information system in the Nissan Juke, and the “Forest AC” air conditioning system programmed into the Nissan FUGA that can infuse refreshing breezes, temperature, humidity and aroma of natural forests into the car’s cabin.
My….. hasn’t the automotive industry evolved? A far cry from the days when drivers had to stand out in the elements and manually start their engines with a hand crank.

There is no question that auto technology is advancing, but this seems a bit preposterous. Is Nissan planning to issue an on-call physician with each car they sell? Not hardly. The Japanese automaker plans to develop 3 new innovative technologies for the interior of its cars: one that will actually release an aerosol with vitamin C that drivers would subsequently breathe intended to promote healthy skin; now there is a concept, particularly for those who live in sunny geographic locations and worry about skin cancer—such as L.A. But wait; there is more innovative technology in the works from Nissan.

The advanced climate control system in cars of the future will provide devices that can be controlled in the car’s cabin such as the “plamacluster ion generator,” and the “grape polyphenol air filter” designed to keep the skin moisturized and reduce the amount of bacteria and/or mold level in air, which would also control odors and reduce the presence of allergens.

What about a new seat design model based on human temperature sensitivity studies conducted at a joint research program at Kyushu University Faculty of Design. Research using heat to promote blood flow in the legs and back has been shown to reduce driver fatigue. There’s also technology planned for an additional comfortable heated captain seat design which uses an integrated leg rest, ergonomic seatback, and layered thick cushion pads to promote comfort when riding in the car for long periods. The ergonomic seat would help to support the natural curves of the spine, creating a zero gravity environment that releases tension and stress in the back.

Nissan calls the three technologies part of its “Life on Board” program aimed at supporting the entire process of getting in and out of the vehicle, driving, and arriving at the destination safely and comfortably. Many systems have already been implemented such as the “intelligent Control Display” multi-function information system in the Nissan Juke, and the “Forest AC” air conditioning system programmed into the Nissan FUGA that can infuse refreshing breezes, temperature, humidity, and aroma of natural forests into the car’s cabin.

My….. hasn’t the automotive industry evolved? A far cry from the days when drivers had to stand out in the elements and manually start their engines with a hand crank.

There is no question that auto technology is advancing, but this seems a bit preposterous, is Nissan planning to issue an on-call physician with each car they sell? Not hardly. The Japanese automaker plans to develop 3 new innovative technologies for the interior of its cars, one that will actually release an aerosol with vitamin C that drivers would subsequently breathe in intended to promote healthy skin, now there is a concept, particularly for those who live in sunny geographic locations and worry about skin cancer-such as L.A. But wait; there is more innovative technology in the works from Nissan.
The advanced climate control system in cars of the future will provide devices that can be controlled in the car’s cabin such as; the “plamacluster ion generator,” and the “grape polyphenol air filter” designed to keep the skin moisturized and reduce the amount of bacteria and/or mold level in air which would also control odors and reduce the presence of allergens.
What about a new seat design modeled based on human temperature sensitivity studies (world-first) conducted in a joint research program with Professor Yutaka Tochihara of Kyushu University Faculty of Design. A research using heat to promote blood flow in the legs and back which has been shown to reduce driver fatigue. There’s also technology planned for an additional comfortable heated captain seat design which uses an incorporated leg rest, comfortable seatback, and layered thick cushion pads to promote comfort when riding in the car for long periods. The ergonomic seat would help to support the natural curves of the spine, creating a zero gravity environment that releases tension and stress in the back.
Nissan calls the three technologies part of its “Life on Board” program aimed at supporting the entire process of getting in and out of the vehicle, driving, and arriving at the destination safely. Many systems have already been implemented such as the “intelligent Control Display” multi-function information system in the Nissan Juke, and the “Forest AC” air conditioning system programmed into the Nissan FUGA that can infuse refreshing breezes, temperature, humidity and aroma of natural forests into the car’s cabin.
My….. hasn’t the automotive industry evolved? A far cry from the days when drivers had to stand out in the elements and manually start their engines with a hand crank.
There is no question that auto technology is advancing, but this seems a bit preposterous, is Nissan planning to issue an on-call physician with each car they sell? Not hardly. The Japanese automaker plans to develop 3 new innovative technologies for the interior of its cars, one that will actually release an aerosol with vitamin C that drivers would subsequently breathe in intended to promote healthy skin, now there is a concept, particularly for those who live in sunny geographic locations and worry about skin cancer-such as L.A. But wait; there is more innovative technology in the works from Nissan.
The advanced climate control system in cars of the future will provide devices that can be controlled in the car’s cabin such as; the “plamacluster ion generator,” and the “grape polyphenol air filter” designed to keep the skin moisturized and reduce the amount of bacteria and/or mold level in air which would also control odors and reduce the presence of allergens.
What about a new seat design modeled based on human temperature sensitivity studies (world-first) conducted in a joint research program with Professor Yutaka Tochihara of Kyushu University Faculty of Design. A research using heat to promote blood flow in the legs and back which has been shown to reduce driver fatigue. There’s also technology planned for an additional comfortable heated captain seat design which uses an incorporated leg rest, comfortable seatback, and layered thick cushion pads to promote comfort when riding in the car for long periods. The ergonomic seat would help to support the natural curves of the spine, creating a zero gravity environment that releases tension and stress in the back.
Nissan calls the three technologies part of its “Life on Board” program aimed at supporting the entire process of getting in and out of the vehicle, driving, and arriving at the destination safely. Many systems have already been implemented such as the “intelligent Control Display” multi-function information system in the Nissan Juke, and the “Forest AC” air conditioning system programmed into the Nissan FUGA that can infuse refreshing breezes, temperature, humidity and aroma of natural forests into the car’s cabin.
My….. hasn’t the automotive industry evolved? A far cry from the days when drivers had to stand out in the elements and manually start their engines with a hand crank.
There is no question that auto technology is advancing, but this seems a bit preposterous, is Nissan planning to issue an on-call physician with each car they sell? Not hardly. The Japanese automaker plans to develop 3 new innovative technologies for the interior of its cars, one that will actually release an aerosol with vitamin C that drivers would subsequently breathe in intended to promote healthy skin, now there is a concept, particularly for those who live in sunny geographic locations and worry about skin cancer-such as L.A. But wait; there is more innovative technology in the works from Nissan.
The advanced climate control system in cars of the future will provide devices that can be controlled in the car’s cabin such as; the “plamacluster ion generator,” and the “grape polyphenol air filter” designed to keep the skin moisturized and reduce the amount of bacteria and/or mold level in air which would also control odors and reduce the presence of allergens.
What about a new seat design modeled based on human temperature sensitivity studies (world-first) conducted in a joint research program with Professor Yutaka Tochihara of Kyushu University Faculty of Design. A research using heat to promote blood flow in the legs and back which has been shown to reduce driver fatigue. There’s also technology planned for an additional comfortable heated captain seat design which uses an incorporated leg rest, comfortable seatback, and layered thick cushion pads to promote comfort when riding in the car for long periods. The ergonomic seat would help to support the natural curves of the spine, creating a zero gravity environment that releases tension and stress in the back.
Nissan calls the three technologies part of its “Life on Board” program aimed at supporting the entire process of getting in and out of the vehicle, driving, and arriving at the destination safely. Many systems have already been implemented such as the “intelligent Control Display” multi-function information system in the Nissan Juke, and the “Forest AC” air conditioning system programmed into the Nissan FUGA that can infuse refreshing breezes, temperature, humidity and aroma of natural forests into the car’s cabin.
My….. hasn’t the automotive industry evolved? A far cry from the days when drivers had to stand out in the elements and manually start their engines with a hand crank.



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