New Zealand-based designer Kevin Halsall has developed a working prototype of the Ogo self-balancing wheelchair that frees the user’s hands and is controlled by the body. When creating Ogo, Kevin wanted to help his friend, who had a hard time managing a traditional wheelchair for the disabled. The author developed this model independently, experimenting for several years with various designs of such vehicles. Moving and controlling Ogo is done by balancing the user’s body. This, in turn, exerts a positive physical load on the muscles of the body, which is important for people who are forced to spend most of their lives sitting or lying down. In case the owner of Ogo gets tired of moving due to body tilts, there is a joystick that can be used with just one hand. As part of the project at Indiegogo, Ogo can be ordered for $ 1000. If everything goes according to the plan, in September 2017 the distribution of prams will begin.