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Sorry I have to use my celphone camera and you have to rotate your head to the rigth, jajaja.

Description: thi object is multi-porpous and colapsable, had an umbrella, space for a credit card, ligth and sensor of proximity for blind people, had 2 wheels and a pivot (when the object is "un-colaps") for easily turnin. Well that is all I think, and sorry again for my bad english!!!!!!

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this is the basic 3d low res of the shape of my concept, just for you have an idea of the proportions. looks like a vacum but its not.......

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this is how works the principal colapsable mechanism, in general its a tube with 3 sides, the 2 of the sides opens for let expand the wire frame with the up shape of the bag.

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Perhaps you can render some more informative viewpoints, because these don't make a lot of sense to me unless I spent a good amount of time analysing which shapes match between the open and closed trolley.
Try a higher viewpoint from the back, more to what would be the normal viewing angle for the owner.

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very nice renderings. the form is nice and clean as well. i also like the mechanism for unfolding and the use of space.

i do have a few criticisms though. from looking at the top pic, you show the blurry view of the unit with the bag out. it seems like the trolley will be very unstable with the bag loaded and you will not be able to let it go (to take items out, etc.) without it falling back. the third foot you have shown (in the last pic) looks too far forward and may interfere with the ground when you angle the unit back to roll it. what is the clearance from the ground?

it also seems that when you load the bag, the weight is going to try to close up your mechanism. Meaning because of the flexible nature of the top wire, when wieght is pulling down on it, it is going to want to close up. this may also make for a wonky handle.

it looks like there is still a bit of work to resolving your solution, but the form is beautiful and the concept worthy so you should keep at it.

newt

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no problem with the stability and the same time helps for climbing
for the weigth problem had an lock system for keep in place.
thanks!!!!

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Are you going to make some images of it with the bag in there as well? Would be cool to do some colour or print experiments as well.

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