It's called the Altwork Station, and it offers high intensity computer users different ways to work at their workstations with its four modes: standing, collaboration (swiveling the monitor), sitting, and focus (reclining).
Here's a short promo video to introduce you it:
Now, this thing is only as good as the load it can carry. According to Altwork, the workstation can handle up to 35 lbs. for "standard long-term operation," and a special side mount allows you to attach your laptop. They explain further on their website:
We designed it to be more about weight than number of screens. We specify 35 lbs. maximum for standard long-term operation. Two monitors are ok depending on their weight. We will also offer a side mount for laptops if you want to use your laptop screen as one monitor, plus a larger monitor that stays connected to the workstation. We can do as many as 4 screens if people want, depending on their size and weight. For example, a typical new 22-inch monitor weighs about 6 lb., a new iMac about 21 lbs.
The Altwork Station in the "focus" (recline) position
The Altwork Station in the sitting position
The Altwork Station in the standing position
The Altwork Station may address several issues that some editors face, namely the serious health risks that sitting for long periods at a time pose. Being able to adjust your workstation to fit your needs, rather than the other way around, could really improve users' working environments.
However, with a price tag of $5900, potential customers might find this to be too expensive for something that isn't absolutely integral to the filmmaking process. However, Altwork is offering an early adopter discount on pre-orders, which makes the Signature Series $4,900 and the Standard series $3,900.
Even with the discount, though, the Altwork Station is still a pricey piece of furniture. Would we all like to edit our projects in a recliner? Yes -- I've wanted that ever since I opened my first timeline, and lying down and setting my laptop on my knees isn't what I'd call "effective". Is it affordable? Not for most indie filmmakers, no. But, if you've got a 4 to 6 grand to drop on the Altwork Station, the company is taking pre-orders now and will start shipping in mid-2016. You can learn more about the product in the FAQs section on their website.