Designer and biomedical engineer, Eliza Wrobel, decided to improve the widely popular walker design and make it more functional, in order to help those, who want to stay active despite their disability.
The prototype was built in a scale to prove the idea, so one day it can go into mass production. Serving as a proof of concept and a showcase model, it can be used during design meetings, business and investor meetings, and even trade shows.
It’s also a fine example of how printing can be used to reinvent and innovate in product development. Relatively low costs and short production time give an additional advantage, especially to young creative minds wanting to help the ones in need.