We are highlighting several entries from our recent Quaranvent Design Competition. We had a lot of fun reviewing people's submissions and wanted to share their ideas with all of you. We'll start with a few and share more later.
Chris Starnes made a bunk bed for his dogs! He used carbon fiber tubing to help construct this space-saving solution. He did not have enough room in the back of his truck for all of his dogs, and he needed something strong enough to hold their weight without collapsing. This bunk bed will fit any crew cab ford. With a lot of dog lovers and owners on our team, this was a very popular idea!
David Johnson, who uses a wheelchair, submitted his CojoTruk, which is a trike wheelchair designed specifically for outdoor use. Considering a host of logistical challenges he faces when going out for errands, he is trying to fill a personal need because there are currently no available market solutions. Learn more about his innovative personal project in this short video.
Kyle Gavin of We Fly VR introduced us to his patent-pending BlackBird 360, an omnidirectional camera platform for shooting aerial AR/VR/MR video, without shooting the platform itself - no editing necessary. We were excited to see our product in the submission. Take a look at this beauty.
Lt Col Jeffrey Naff entered his and his son's handcycle design. They are designing and building this handcycle for Jeffrey's wife Denise, a paraplegic who utilizes a wheelchair for mobility. The goal is to have a lightweight, high-end handcycle to have family cycling outings for fun and exercise. Here's the CAD model. We look forward to seeing the completed project!
These are just a couple of highlights of the wonderful and innovative ideas from our community. We'll bring you more submissions soon. Thanks to everyone who entered our contest!