Gadgets, gizmos and great ideas: UWS students exhibit hi-tech designs

Technology, tradition and inspiration combine at this year's University of Western Sydney industrial design student exhibition, WideVision.

Technology, tradition and inspiration combine at this year's University of Western Sydney industrial design student exhibition, WideVision. Check out this slideshow for a look at some of the cool projects. You can check them out in person at 223 Liverpool St, Sydney, on December 4 and 5. For more information visit http://www.widevision.com.au.

Chris Cassar: The Bass

The Bass is aimed at helping caregivers, providing active support to the spine and back during manual handling tasks. It is worn like a backpack with the straps wrapping around your waist and shoulder. The inflatable bladder also provides cushioning to the back and adjusts the level of support during different angles of back movement.

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