The Bionic Chair is a dynamic exoskeleton seat designed by Govert Flint, that allows the user to control a computer through body movements. This project was conceived out of the frustration of sitting in the same position at a computer all day. I worked on the technical engineering, developing a unique system for body motion to be tracked and translated to the screen. The chair works using three accelerometers positioned around the chair measuring body movement in X, Y and Z directions as well as the leg acceleration in order to provide right/left click. Collected data is analysed by an Arduino that emulate a USB mouse, and then moves the cursor around a computer screen positioned at the sitter's eye level. The user shifts forward, backward and side-to-side moving the cursor in corresponding directions on the screen. Sensors placed on both legs click the cursor when a swift kicking motion is detected. The chair is plug'n'play allowing user to connect the chair to any computer without hosting code.