Stacey and John have asked the teams to design a device to keep their legs warm and dry during the winter. They are both wheelchair users who regularly spend time outdoors. They would like a device that keeps their legs warm (ideally electrically) and protected from the rain. For both Stacey and John, keeping warm and staying dry during winter is a priority.
The students have worked with Stacey and John over the semester to develop a heated blanket that would help to heat the extremities and also remain stylish. The device utilises a concealed heat pack powered by a battery or wheelchair to provide additional heating as required.
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