Through years of study, students can do irreversible damage to their bodies, according to the creator of the new Science Cockpit, a unique study station that helps prevent this damage. Common issues for students include posture problems leading to C-rounded shoulders as well as balance and vision deterioration caused by eye strain. Now, the creator of Science Cockpit, an item designed to repair and prevent the damage caused by study problems, has launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for its production.
“Science Cockpit turns your conventional study desk or any other tables into a perfect tool for studying efficiently while it enables you to have all your study materials at hand,” says the creator. The product allows students to sit at a comfortable and healthy angle for good posture that prevents back and neck problems. The product includes fully adjustable lights, four retractable flaps, a stationary drawer to carry accessories, a retractable tray for study materials, and even USB ports for laptops or other mobile devices. An optional power bank also allows students to recharge in any location, while a handy carrying case allows students to transport Science Cockpit quickly and easily.
The Kickstarter campaign, located at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/pilotarash/science-cockpit, is designed to raise funds for full production of Science Cockpit. Pledge levels range from $5 to $399 and prizes from pens and stickers to complete Science Cockpit units.
For more information on the prizes associated with each pledge level, visit the Kickstarter page.
About Science Cockpit:
The Science Cockpit is a unique study station that features retractable whiteboard flaps, a USB charging port and other factors that are designed to maximize study time and help students learn better. Now, the creators of Science Cockpit have launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds for the production and distribution of this product.
Company Name: Science Cockpit
Contact Person: Arash Khezri
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Country: United States