Nissan notes the ProPILOT technology allows the car to not only sense how far a car is ahead of it, but also ensures the automobile stays in the center of its lane. Nissan claims the self-piloting software used in the chair is inspired by similar tech found in the car version of ProPILOT. The most popular use of autonomous tech right now is in cars, but the chairs hint at a future where we could see similar tech repurposed for other uses. Along with chairs, drones, robots and other wheeled or winged items could move on their own for the benefit of us humans. Until then you'll have to wait in line for that new iPhone yourself.