Rudolf Mihu's Comb Multifolding Wheelchair Concept, named because of the use of honeycomb shapes, was designed under the premise that current manual wheelchairs are too bulky when folded and stored and a rethink on how to make a manual wheelchair more compact when stored was needed. This concept wheelchair features an innovative folding mechanism that enables its user to easily store the chair when not in use or during transport. Mihu envisions to use materials such as aluminum, carbon fiber, or titanium to construct this ultra-lightweight wheelchair. More information and images after the jump.
The Comb Multifolding Wheelchair Concept applies groundbreaking approaches which enables its user to fully adjust the wheelchair for optimal comfort. It is possible to adjust almost everything, from seat angle, front caster angle, back rest angle, backrest height to foot rest length. Mihu has also paid attention to aesthetics by making sure that the Comb Multifolding Wheelchair Concept also looks stylish and dynamic look. If a car can look stylish and modern, why not a wheelchair?