I think the ultimate out-of-body experience can't be hard to program. It involves being able to press a button and have the whole room disappear, to be replaced by a virtual destination of my choice. This isn't too far away. I've been in rooms where people have been transfixed and lifted by Pink Floyd in 5.1 separation with lights. I already use 3D glasses to go inside things I never imagined. I've known friends who have used mind-altering drugs and shared dimensions beyond anything I've seen or heard. So I don't think it's too far-fetched to create a finely tuned and focused magnetic field coupled with direct electrical stimulation. You'd need a lot of electrical power if you used today's technology. I'm putting a "waking dream state" into my bucket list. If you check back onto my blog in 2030, you'll see "my dream chair" on my list of things that I hope transpire before I make my last post.
Shot I took of the Clarion Hotel's hanging chair from the North Quay in Dublin, Ireland.
Future Post: "Dream Chair on my Bucket List", February 7, 2032.