A New York startup is hoping to revolutionise how people with severe disabilities use their mobility devices.
The company, Antishock, is developing an “anti-fashion” garment called a “double garment” rack that can be worn underneath a clothing garment and “seal” the garment from clothing, such as clothing, blankets, and bedding.
This garment can be used to help the wearer feel more comfortable when they’re wearing the garment, and to prevent injuries.
It’s an “antimodel” device, meaning it is able to connect with other devices, and “automatically” adjust its shape to make it easier for the wearer to move around and wear their garments.
Antishock has developed a pair of double garments that it hopes will reduce the pain and discomfort of those who have severe mobility disabilities.
It hopes to use this technology to help reduce the number of injuries suffered by people with a range of disabilities, and the number who need long-term rehabilitation.
This article was originally published on Business Insider.