Student designs new paralympic skis

In collaboration with the Canadian Paralympic Foundation, fourth-year industrial design student Brian Bazett (left) has developed a prototype of a roller sit ski. Bazett designed the ski to enable paralymic athletes to compete in a new sport category. Here, he consults with student colleague Justin Frappier on the prototype. Bazett and Frappier are two of the students whose work will be showcased at the 30th annual industrial design graduation exhibition from April 19 to 22, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., in the Carleton University Art Gallery. The exhibition will feature nine concept areas that include products as diverse as medical devices for individuals suffering from sleep apnea and interactive kitchen devices for older adults.

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