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HIPPOGRYPH / Electric Mobility Scooter

HIPPOGRYPH
HIPPOGRYPH

Elders and people with physical disabilities are often unwilling to follow the regulations on the sidewalk because of poorly designed and oversized electric scooters. Instead, they choose to move on the road to compete with the car, and at the same time cause their own dangers and endanger the safety of other passersby. HIPPOGRYPH is equipped with an eccentric shaft motor on the rear axle, and the computer calculates the inclination of the chassis to make a corresponding rotation to maintain the body level and reduce the burden on the upper and lower sidewalks. The innovative embracing frame protects the safety of users, and the app combines.

University

National Kaohsiung Normal

National Kaohsiung Normal
University
Kaohsiung City, Taiwan

Lin Yu Cheng,
National Kaohsiung Normal University