Some of these designs will really get you thinking, particularly the IMPASS, which uses two independently variable “wheels” with adjustable radius. I couldn’t help but be reminded of Neal Stephenson’s novel “Snow Crash” and the wheels on YT’s skateboard. This isn’t a “new” idea, but to see it in practice is still quite impressive.
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