When I travel on planes or trains, the range of stable seating positions is very limited.
This means that it’s hard to sit comfortably, let alone fall asleep.
Today’s invention is for restive and ill-fitting passengers such as me.
It takes the form of a padded loop wrapped around a variable-geometry frame, the legs of which curve around so that they can be pinned in position by one’s thighs.
This allows a passenger to select a number of comfortable, forward-leaning positions in the course of a long journey.