Benjamin Hubert’s Layer studio to launch a printed made-to-measure wheelchair at Clerkenwell Design Week 2016 to be held from May 24 –May 26 at 155 Clerkenwell.
Benjamin Hubert of experience design agency Layer has developed a human-centric wheelchair prototype that is customised to the individual’s body shape and disability.
A wheelchair that can be produced using printing technology alone and which is the result of thorough research involving wheelchair users and medical professionals will be seeing its debut at the Clerkenwell Design Week, due to take place soon.
It is no secret that with the passage of time and the evolution of technology, wheelchair designs are being updated at a constant pace. People are coming up with futuristic concepts for wheelchairs, boasting features like automated movement based on .
Layer Studio - Go - revolutionary wheelchair
Wheelchair Concept on Industrial Design Served Another interesting design...I am curious to see how seating evolves.
Shape-Shifting Wheelchairs - Wheelchairs are survival for those who need them, but innovation often comes slowly. This wheelchair concept is made of plastic and adapts to the s.
Transformable Wheelchair Concept by Caspar Schmitz
Still a concept at the moment, this plastic creation is a shapeshifter. The wheels alter between circles and ellipses to make climbing stairs and slopes easier. A true piece of art. Wheelchairs of the Future
Jovan De La Vega - The HXC wheelchair by Jovan De La Vega makes sports like skateboarding in a skate park accessible for everyone. The wheelchair has been especially .
Plastic wheelchair bends easily to support the user’s needs. Shifts in weight and centre of gravity means that shapeshifting chair can adapt to different situations.
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