Self-balancing wheelchair goes hands-free

A New Zealand designer is revamping the traditional wheelchair design with a new model that frees the arms of the user. Instead of using the hands to create movement, the user moves their upper body to direct the two wheels. Kevin Halsall was inspired to develop Ogo after noticing a friend’s difficulties with a traditional wheelchair, and deciding that things could be better.
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Category: Urban Transport

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Wheelchair

Self-balancing

Disability

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