The Long Living Chair (entretags.de/llchair) is a rocking chair with enhanced memory. It knows the day it was produced and can record how many times is used over the course of 96 years. Its semi-hidden display and the slow pace it changes suggest that the recorded information should not be accessed frequently. Instead, it is meant to be forgotten and then once in a while accessed to provide a moment of wonder and a sense of relatedness to the object. The project was developed by Larissa Pschetz and Richard Banks to embody important slow technology concepts.