AbleChair switches between various position modes to fulfill users’ needs
It’s been more than 200 years since the first ever wheelchair, “Bath chair” was invented. The wheelchair designs can be seen to carry similar concept and same limitations as the bath chair until now as the team of AbleChair introduced a new highly advance and extremely capable design. The new design has options to switch between various positions and has been equipped with a lift function that follows concept of a forklift and allows the users to adjust the lift.
It is controlled by a joystick which provides a user friendly manual operation and an easy mobility. This intelligent design provides users an opportunity to move around freely in different postures. They can now sit as low as the ground level or move in a standing position to have some stretch. Thanks to the team of AbleChair, this new, Arduino controlled and motor-driven chair has opened the door of possibilities to the people.
One of those possibilities was ensured by the fascinating tilt-shift function integrated in the design which enables the users to adjust their reclination ranging from a comfortable few degree position to a full horizontal position to serve the need. All of this has come to reality in the powered wheelchair which provides complete mobility independence to the users and protection from health hazards. You can now stop worrying if you cannot reach the box of cereals on the top of the shelf or if you cannot lie around with your infant on the ground as the AbleChair has taken good care of this. And that is not all.
Able chair also has an ability to help people rehabilitate by giving them whole control over their tread and pace. It provides complete options for reclining and enable users to keep their feet up to reduce the muscle stress. Twin 12V batteries are installed in the chair which allow it to reach the speed of around 4 mph and around 15 to 20 travel miles in one full charge. You can now have the AbleChair shipped to you in no more than 7995 USD.
h/t: New Atlas