This one-handed cutting board shows that just because a person may have a disability, doesn't mean they are not up to the challenge of executing daily activities such as preparing a good home cooked meal. The real challenge is having the right tools around to help facilitate it. That's where this one-handed cutting board comes into play.
Designed by Sichen Sun, it is equipped with simple yet extremely helpful adjustable gears that hold down food and move it forward along the board for chopping. Pushing and pulling the handle is what makes the food go ahead or back.
Dubbed Better Cut, the one-handed cutting board makes a tweak on a kitchen necessity to ensure that disabled individuals can feel productive and in control of their own home life, which is important.
Sichen Sun Designs a Kitchen Necessity for Disabled Individuals
Meghan Young — April 1, 2016 — Art & Design