GO a human-centered vehicle. The wheeled seda with customized 3D printed elements - GO a human-centered vehicle. The wheeled seda with customized 3D printed elements - DesignOnWeb
GO is a prototype designed by Studio Layer and includes two customized 3D molded elements, the seat and the foot housing. The shape is guided by the digital data derived from the biometric mapping of each user to adapt with precision
GO is the result of research carried out for two years by Studio Layer, interviewing and observing to improve every detail. In this phase there is the will to attract the interest of anyone who wants to support the further production of the product and its placing on the market.
The goal is to put GO in the hands of as many users as possible to improve their quality of life. Layer listened to users' wishes and needs while consulting with medical professionals to convert those stories into insights that could be used to improve the project.
The GO wheelchair is custom-built, lightweight and highly functional. It is designed to meet the individual needs of a wide range of disabilities and users and is a tool for improving quality of life. GO includes two 3D-moulded customized elements, the seat and foot housing, combined with a series of standard components
The shape of the customized elements is guided by digital data derived from the mapping of each user's biometric information and the resulting wheelchair adapts to body shape, weight and disability. Layer has also designed an App that allows users to participate in the design process by specifying their requirements.
The GO wheelchair has super tactile push rims with a surface designed to lock into the GO glove system of the wheelchair, also designed by Layer, to offer a higher power-to-thrust ratio.
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