Girl disabled invented a chair for diving

The artist Sue Austin, confined to a wheelchair since 1996, has developed a draft special chairs for people with disabilities, which allows you to dive under the water. It is reported by BBC.

Becoming disabled, she did not want to part with dreams of diving. She turned to professional engineers who have helped to create a special system for the movement propulsionnuyu chair. The wheelchair is equipped with a screw and artificial fins - this allows you to move not only on land but also underwater.

Austin set a goal - to find a method of self-expression for people whose physical abilities are limited. According to the girl, she wanted them to do something that previously was not available to them.

The artist has experienced his invention and made a documentary about his diving project.


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