Nissan has launched a robotic self-driving chair to solve the pain of having to stand in a queue.
Using state-of-the-art technology, more akin to its cars, the Japanese manufacturerhas built the ProPilot Chair.
The chair knows when it is in a queue and will move along and stop as the chairs in front move along in turn.
In the clever marketing tool the ProPilot system uses the same technology as in the Nissan Serena minivan which can detect other cars, accelerating and braking to take out the stress of long commutes.
Nissan has been asking for Japanese shops and restaurants to request their own ProPILOT Chairs by using the hashtag #NissanProPilotChair on Twitter.