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Houses Specifically for People in Wheel Chairs or HoverRound Machines...

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Last Edited: April 22, 2010, 11:14 pm

i thought about it and disabled people who are on wheel chairs will have to have a special house made for them...How??

The Answer is the number: 13, actually to be more specific: 1 AND E....Let me show it to you: E1....1 is the corridor and E is the entrance to EACH room...You could even make a: SQUARE U  INVERTED transcribe in 2 letter E....One letter E facing the right and another letter E FACING the left....Basically the 2 E´s one facing the right the other facing the left will be INSCRIBED in the squared INVERTED (Upside down U) it will be an And the 2 E´s will be the rooms of the house and the inverted square U will be the corridor of the house...

I´ve seen disabled people with double deck/floor/story house, this is the way i see it? is better to have a bigger house with the 2 E´s and 1 story and been able to move than to have a double deck house and feel uncomfortable....

Got this idea after a prison...I saw a prison that had that design...And the corridor was very wide, very wide....

So this means that disabled people who are on wheel chairs will have to have their houses specially design for them...Actually what if you make 1, 2, or 3 houses in a subdivision have a specially disabled design for disabled people...

Also i was thinking for people who lost their 2 hands but got both humerus bones i was thinking of a robotic arm where the disabled person wears some big goggles around his face and the goggles are a sort of camera (video camera) that is turned on everytime the disabled person needs to use his arm/2hands and that is attach to the robotic arm and whenever he needs to do something like tighten a screw he just looks at the screw and the goggle will have a memory bank that tells the robotic arms what to do...Or he just SPEAKS to the goggles and show where the wants the handshake for instance and the robotic hands/arms move...Too science fiction but who says it cant happen you never know...And the goggles like a video game console learns and stores information in its memory banks for future use...

And i was thinking, if a MOTORCYCLE in a car can go as far as a car before filling up a motorcyle wheel chair should be able to do the same in a disabled person´s house, the only problem is the exhaust pipe of the motorcyle which can be deadly...if you could only circumvent that it will be good to go....

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JAP69Comment by JAP69 - April 22, 2010, 10:37 pm
I have constructed houses for handicaped individuals. Also during commercial construction it is necessary in most cases to have handicaped access in and out plus hallways require handicaped dimensions and also rest rooms require dimensional requirements in floor area as well as handicap rails. Also the sink is required to have access for knees to fit under it. Also door size requirements. A lot of required dimensions for handicaped.

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