Jonah received his "mini Max D" Magic Wheelchair at Monster Jam with none other than Tom Meents by his side!
SolidWorks and Monster Jam pitched in to help make this costume and experience truly epic!
the SOLIDWORKS Magic Wheelchair Project is funded entirely by the SOLIDWORKS Education Department
and some projects go a little past the norm,
with a little help from a celebrity
The Stan Winston School and MagicWheelchair had a Comic Con Contest,
Magic Wheelchair set a goal to build seven Star Wars themed costumes which will then be unveiled to seven boys or girls and their families at the 2018 Comic-Con.
Professional build teams for the big reveal are:
Thingergy Inc Team
Monster City Studios
Team McMaster Robots and GT Props
Team Tom Spina Studios
Team Fon Davis and Fonco Studios
Team Tested.com and
Adam Savage Team Pixologic Inc. Team
This design and final costume will be unveiled at the 2018 Comic-Con in San Diego, California.
Remember, lift as you climb. You might be moving up in the world, and company you meet along the way, with an assist from you, can make your trip much more enjoyable if you choose to help some to come with you. There's never enough great friends to make along the way
If you're buried, you can die, or choose to become a seed.
(enough mushy touchy feely stuff, back to the stuff with wheels)