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I want this diwheel to spin around right now! [Video]
posted March 31 2012 18:56.03 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Meet EDWARD, the Electric Diwheel With Active Rotation Damping. Designed by a team of students from Australia's University of Adelaide, EDWARD is a futuristic vehicle that really works! The driver's sit is inside the two wheels, on a frame that can freely rotate within these wheels. Through complex mathematical models, the designers have achieved high level of controllability and stability, but frankly speaking, the real fun starts when all those systems and gizmos are turned off!



[Link: University of Adelaide]
Tags: science   geometry/mathematics   futuristic   physics   inventions   research   mechanical   auto/moto   crazy designs   
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