Jules is an electric wheelchair user and likes to go bowling. Jules finds that commercially available products do not have the ability for wheelchair users to properly control the speed and direction of the ball. Jules would like a device that can be clamped to his wheelchair with the appropriate guidance and actuation to allow him to bowl independently.
The developer group delivered a bowling device which can be attached to the front of a player's wheelchair. It includes a battery-powered winch system to propel the ball up to 30 km/h. It is controlled by a digital panel which can be used with one hand. Assistance is required to attach the device and retrieve the bowling ball.
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