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Caring Stick is a stick for the elderly, help them easy to stand up. When the sky getting dark, the light will light on automatically. Design by Hui-Chuan Ma & Yan-Jang Cheng

Caring Stick is a stick for the elderly, help them easy to stand up. Design by Hui-Chuan Ma & Yan-Jang Cheng

Next generation cane is designed to help elderly people find their way, as well as monitor things such as heart rate and temperature. Its location can also be followed online and can be set up to send email alerts if it thinks the user may have fallen.

smart walking stick with built in sat nav for elderly by fujitsu

Next generation cane is designed to help elderly people find their way, as well…

ARRIBA - Bastón Dual (double walking stick) by Patricio Boschi at Coroflot.com

ARRIBA - Bastón Dual (double walking stick) by Patricio Boschi at Coroflot.com

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Duralumin walking LYRA

Duralumin walking LYRA

shiro studio's 'enea walking stick' reinterprets medical design language

shiro studio's 'enea walking stick' reinterprets medical design language

the contemporary printed design reinterprets traditional design language to solve the stigma typically associated with walking sticks.

https://www.behance.net/gallery/1723763/Flamingo-Crutch

'Flamingo' is a crutch that aims to solve the important ergonomic and usage problems of conventional crutches with a simple and aesthetic way, by its own form.

Francesca Lanzavecchia is an Italian born designer who is now one half of Lanzavecchia + Wai, a creative collaboration with her and Hunn Wai. Prior to that

Proaesthetics by Francesca Lanzavecchia

Foldable Crutches for better Mobility and  Comfort

The aim of the project – to suggest a research based design of a crutch for short-term users. The crutch is foldable, adjustable and gives a user the

Crutches by Philippe Daguillon, via Behance

The Goal: To create crutches that never fall and always stay upright, allowing the user to be hands free.

"The Aid" walking stick: 2011 Fujitsu design award concept with new dimension: hi-tech cane: ambulation support / monitors the walker’s pulse + blood pressure + temperature...detected via wrist, displayed on LCD.  Built-in navigation! Distress signal to  help center. Created by Lithuanian designer Egle Ugintaite

"The Aid" walking stick: 2011 Fujitsu design award concept with new dimension…

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