Equarun: award-winning accessibility from Delft designers

News - 22 October 2020 - Communication

It’s more important than ever to stay active and get outside when we can, but for people with sensory impairments, this can be easier said than done. Enter Equarun: an assistive device to help disabled and able-bodied people run together safely and comfortably.

The IDE student team behind Equarun consists of Shreyas Prakash, Albert Obradors, Zhi Cai, Shu Yan, and Jianghui Li. The project was developed during the AED 2018-19 course, and the team has recently been recognised for their outstanding work in the iF Design Talent Awards, which celebrate design excellence in the global student community. Find out more about Equarun and the minds behind it here.