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cool electric wheelchair!  ..controlled similarly to a traditional manual wheelchair; the user pushes on the hand rims. However, force sensors in the hand rims detect the user’s physical exertion and add additional power to the wheels. This means Mobi makes physical movement easier in a similar fashion to power steering in a car.

cool electric wheelchair! ..controlled similarly to a traditional manual wheelchair; the user pushes on the hand rims. However, force sensors in the hand rims detect the user’s physical exertion and add additional power to the wheels. This means Mobi makes physical movement easier in a similar fashion to power steering in a car.

StreetFlyer Give Bike Riders Feeling Of Flying  StreetFlyer can be described as a human-powered light-weight carbon-fiber vehicle that lets you transition from running into a horizontal hang-gliding type position where you pedal the single rear wheel with your feet and steer the front pair with your arms.

StreetFlyer Give Bike Riders Feeling Of Flying StreetFlyer can be described as a human-powered light-weight carbon-fiber vehicle that lets you transition from running into a horizontal hang-gliding type position where you pedal the single rear wheel with your feet and steer the front pair with your arms.

In 1869, French craftsman Rousseau of Marseilles built the first unsuccessful monocycle. Sitting inside the monowheel, the rider steered the contraption by shifting his or her weight in the desired direction. As if that wasn’t difficult enough, the massive outer wheel remained directly in the driver’s line of sight at all times. Braking was also potentially hazardous, as stopping too abruptly would cause the rider to be propelled forward along with the outer wheel.

In 1869, French craftsman Rousseau of Marseilles built the first unsuccessful monocycle. Sitting inside the monowheel, the rider steered the contraption by shifting his or her weight in the desired direction. As if that wasn’t difficult enough, the massive outer wheel remained directly in the driver’s line of sight at all times. Braking was also potentially hazardous, as stopping too abruptly would cause the rider to be propelled forward along with the outer wheel.

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