James Bruton builds and rides a bike with the front wheel swapped out with an omni-wheel in this video on YouTube:
Normally you’d use at least three omni-wheels on a vehicle so that you can move or rotate in any direction. But in this video I’m going to put my giant omni-wheel on the front of a bicycle, and with some clever electronics I’m going to control the wheel so I can ride it.
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