Wayne Hanson, Jeni Ramsey, Reef Larwood, Dave Calver, Martin Haas, Paul Nokes   THE PARTICIPANT CHAIR : ROC Wheels was chosen by Participant.Life to be the primary design Team of a new seating and mobility system, to serve children all the way from infancy to young adult ages.

Wayne Hanson, Jeni Ramsey, Reef Larwood, Dave Calver, Martin Haas, Paul Nokes
THE PARTICIPANT CHAIR: ROC Wheels was chosen by Participant.Life to be the primary design Team of a new seating and mobility system, to serve children all the way from infancy to young adult ages.

About

The new ROC Innovator Center is a place where creative, curious people of all ages can work together to design and develop products to improve quality of life for people with disabilities. The ROC INNOVATOR CENTER consists of CAD work stations, a 3D printer, a collaboration station and a ROC Shop where they can build, test and produce their new products.

Individuals of any age or background can come up with breakthroughs to improve quality of life for others. Our goal is to equip, empower, and challenge creative, curious people to find solutions that can mobilize people with disabilities. These inventors, engineers, and visionaries range from 6 to over 60 years of age. - Wayne Hanson

 
Reef Larwood, MSU Engineering Intern

Reef Larwood, MSU Engineering Intern

Emmett Smith with the new ICU2 Head Support

Emmett Smith with the new ICU2 Head Support