The PneuMobility project aims to make assistive mobility devices that run solely on compressed air. Using air instead of a typical battery has several advantages: a shorter recharge time; easier maintenance; lighter weight; and a waterproof design.

Currently, two prototypes have been constructed: the PneuChair, a wheelchair-like device; and PneuScooter, a compressed air-powered scooter.

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