Here we have a wider view of Artifact Alley at the Museum.
I paused to photograph some of the bigger equipment.
Then I photographed these tools.
A set of recreational and sporting items drew my attention. These are all examples of adaptive tech, for those who are disabled in one way or another, providing them with a chance to continue to participate or even excel in sports. It starts with this kayak, adapted to allow someone with disabled legs to get out on the water safely.
This takes things further. This rig allows for mountain climbing.
Here we have sit-skis, used by para-athletes.
And for today I finish with this handcycle, customized by a Canadian para-athlete and inventor, Christian Bagg, who broke his back in a snowboarding competition, but didn't let it stop him from carrying on with his life. That included getting out in the woods, and the Icon Explore Handcycle is the result of his designs.