Wichita State class helps students work with customers on assistive technologies

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Accessible Design class team members Alexander De Jesus (aerospace engineering), Isaac
Lee (mechanical engineering), Hunter Spoon (computer science) and Reagan Kelley (exercise
science) worked on a modifying an all-terrain wheelchair for Sutton, a 9-year-old
boy.

July 11, 2023College of Health ProfessionsApplied ComputingApplied Learningcomputer scienceCommunity EngagementBiomedical Engineeringexercise scienceAerospace EngineeringProduct Design and Manufacturing EngineeringCollege of EngineeringMechanical Engineering

Wichita State class helps students work with customers on assistive technologies

  • Accessible Design students work with customers to design and create assistive technologies for people
  • The course is interdisciplinary and draws upon students from areas such as engineering
    and health professions
  • Students interview their customers, part of the process that helps them understand
    needs and empathize

The Accessible Design course concerned Wichita State University junior Reagan Kelley
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