— -- If the thought of pushing in your chair when you step away from your desk at work is too much, Nissan Motor Co. may have solved your problem.
The automaker has released a new promotional video for its “Intelligent Parking Chair” that shows what happens when Nissan's "Intelligent Park Assist" technology for its cars is deployed in office chairs.
The office chairs in the video return to their spot at a desk or conference table at the sound of a clap.
The office chairs are controlled via Wi-Fi and tracked by four ceiling cameras that, "generate a bird’s-eye view to wirelessly transmit the chair’s position and its route to destination," Nissan said in a statement.
A Nissan spokesperson told ABC News the company has no plans to bring the office chairs to the marketplace.
"This is just a fun way for us to showcase what we have available in some of our vehicles," the spokesperson said.