More great press for The Right Trousers project! A brilliant video featured on BBC News Technology and BBC Click:
BBC News (27th Sept 2018)
The hi-tech trousers inspired by Wallace and Gromit
BBC Click (26th Sept 2018)
Wallace and Gromit inspire smart trousers
Wow! The Right Trousers project is at the top of the front page on BBC News Science & Environment! Read the article here!
Yesterday, Jonathan Rossiter, Tim Helps, Majid Taghavi and Richard Diteesawat from Bristol, Aaron Page from Southampton and Pouyan Mehryar from Leeds travelled to The British Science Festival in Hull to hold a press conference to present the completed Right Trousers project to the press!
We’re thrilled to have been featured in full articles from The Financial Times, The i, The Mail Online, The Guardian, The Metro, The Telegraph, The Times and many more!
Cracking contraption, Gromit! ‘Right trousers’ project under way
(also published on ITV News)
The Financial Times
UK engineering project uses robotic technology and artificial muscles to restore mobility
Smart trousers that help you walk could be just seven years away
Irish Tech News
Smart trousers with artificial ‘muscles’ will change the lives of people with mobility problems
The Mail Online
‘The right trousers’: Scientists are developing high-tech trues that lower themselves and even help disabled people to walk
The Sunderland Echo
Engineers developing smart trousers to help older people walk – taking inspiration from Wallace and Gromit
‘The right trousers’: Wallace and Gromit inspire artificial muscle clothing
Scientists building real-life version of Wallace and Gromit’s ‘Wrong Trousers’
The Daily Telegraph
Robo-trousers to give elderly bionic strength designed by British scientists
Scientists make huge strides with smart trousers