Many photobooths found in public spaces have been designed without inclusivity in mind. They tend to cater exclusively to the needs of the average adult, overlooking the diverse range of users. Their limited internal space, narrow entrances, and fixed seating height pose significant challenges for obese individuals, people in wheelchairs, and children, often resulting in their exclusion from the experience.

Folding up the bench requires minimal effort: pneumatic cilinder allows for one-handed operation from a seated position.

Colourful led animation around the lens grabs a kid’s attention.

Parts that require maintenance are placed in a single frame. A rail system allows the technician to access it from all sides or remove it altogether.

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