There are self-balancing robots, hoverboards, and then Scewo, an innovative electric wheelchair capable of traversing stairs independently, offering users a dynamic experience for navigating over obstacles using multiple rubber tracks. You can select from three different modes: “safe” for getting on and off, “elevated” for eye-to-eye communication, and “track” for increased traction over obstacles. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.
“The ‘Scewo’ wheelchairs’ sturdy rubber tracks provide a safe and comfortable transition up or down the stairs, while its extra-wide base can stabalize the chair even on spiral stair cases. transfers onto the stair and back to the floor are automated. Self-balancing chair provides agile maneuvering on spot and dynamic driving also over common obstacles like curbs, while the person can either use the joystick or a shift in body weight to control the chair,” reports Design Boom.