This track-type rock climbing “wall” is not limited by the height of the room and can be used for arbitrary climbing practices.
Dalian Minzu University, China
Faculty Advisors: Prof. Bao Haimo, Xu Kun
Design: Wang Shuyu, Zhang Chaojun, Qiao Song, Cai Wang, Liu Jiahuan, Wei Zongpo, Wang Xuan, Li Siyao
Unlimited Climbing is a track-type rock climbing “wall” that combines the principle of a treadmill with a rock-climbing wall. It is not limited by the height of the room and can be used for arbitrary climbing practices. Set with different levels of difficulty, the grip points are changed randomly to generate a combination and permutation of climbing challenges.
The Unlimited Climbing is convenient, safe and does not require a large space to create different rock faces. So compact in size, it can be placed in a variety of indoor environments. This product has a built-in intelligent recognition system. There are also three preset modes to choose from: the simple mode where the climber does not have to control his speed, a general pattern mode where the climber is free to set a speed, and the challenge mode with a wall surface that can tilt to a maximum of 15 degrees.
With help of a sensor and the coordination of a central processor, Unlimited Climbing is capable of path planning and indicates the path with LED lights. Each path is random and unexpected, bringing new challenges each time. When the bigger module passes through a built-in infrared detector, a grip will emerge that corresponds to the LED lights. Each big module is set with a pressure sensor that once having detected a new position will slowly refresh with new modules in a new combination.