What does 3d mean in a massage chair?

A 3D massage system takes everything a 2D system offers one step further and is found in most massage chairs launched today. This works deep into the shoulders and back, penetrating the muscles and making the massage a little more intense. Our all-time bestseller for 2DOSAKI OS-4000T Plus massage chairs, there are 12 different stages of force adjustment. You and everyone else who uses this chair can find a very comfortable fit.

Therefore, 2D or 2-Dimensional means that the massage rollers can move up and down and side to side, such as in the X and Y axes. Then, 3D or 3-Dimensional means that the rollers not only go up and down or side to side, but also push in and out, as they would on a Z axis. There are different ways to use this 3D function and it varies with each chair. For example, two of our InTouch massage chairs have the 3D function: PowerPro and Smart Glide.

The PowerPro has six automatic programs, three of which use 3D and three of which don't. With Smart Glide, the 3D function can be turned on or off in any of the automatic programs. With both chairs, the 3D function can also be controlled manually when customizing the massage. Simply press the 3D button and the rollers will extend from the track for a deep tissue massage.

Keep pressing until you reach the desired intensity level. Unless you use your massage chair in a science fiction movie, or you are very close to a black hole, all massage chairs (and everything else in the universe) advance in time. A massage therapist uses several pressure-induced techniques, such as kneading, sliding, compressing, and rubbing. This incredible innovation means that a massage chair can now more closely replicate the hands of a massage therapist who can apply additional pressure as needed.

You can adjust the intensity so that the massage is as intense or as gentle as you want, with some limitations depending on the chair itself. The overall experience is a range of massage intensities from soft to firm, for a controlled deep tissue massage, sports and reflexology. Another thing to keep in mind when buying is that technically there is no real fourth dimension that massage chairs go through. One of the first things to consider when thinking about a massage chair is what type of roller you would like.

The body scanning capability of 3D chairs (ability to determine their shape, size, height) is also much more accurate and accurate than that of scanning on a 2D massage chair. Massage rollers move in two dimensions, up and down from the neck to the lower back, and can also be moved from side to side. This means that the rollers follow the massage track both vertically (up and down) and horizontally (left and right). Rollers perform a variety of movements that simulate classic massage techniques: kneading, rolling, tapping, etc.

The goal was to make the 4D massage chair much more capable of reproducing a massage than a therapist can provide. Before technology was available, many massage chairs were called 3D, since they had three different actions on the chair: rollers for massaging, airbags for compression and warming up to relax muscles. Now that this 3D technology is available, when choosing a massage chair it is important to ensure that the term 3D is used in its true sense. But keep in mind that different brands of massage chairs offer the change in the speed of the rollers using a variety of different techniques that may be unique to them.

If you see a massage chair advertised as “5D” and it will allow you to travel back in time, we would love to try it. .

Shari Venturelli
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