Oracle is a transport for persons with reduced mobility. Throughout history, the transport sector has evolved successively for the world’s population. It has evolved in a technological sense, in formal levels, and even emotionally; from small cars to massive autonomous systems that rules in a city; but the concept of mobility includes many more branches in a city, when it comes to mobility for the entire population. The definition of “wheelchair” has to evolve into a means of transport, which is integrated into mobility initiatives in any smart city.
In that sense, Oracle wants to be more than a chair, it wants to be a protagonist in transportation in our society, leaving behind the purely functional concept and opening a much more influential patch towards product design.
Designed by Miguel Mojica, Oracle has a streamline with minimal details, reducing visual load and giving a futuristic design. It has an ergonomic seat that adapts to the positions of the user in real time, thanks to its material flexible carbon fiber.
It has an electrical system connected to the tires which reduce the effort of the user. The alignment is magnetic and will be located at the end of the rim; serve to facilitate the user’s balance as counterweights, reducing the uphill effort and optimizing the acceleration in a straight path.
Tuvie received “Oracle Modern Wheelchair for People with Reduced Mobility” project from our ‘Submit A Design‘ feature, where we welcome our readers to submit their design/concept for publication.