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March 11, 2011

Angular Momentum Experiment

at 7:08 am. Filed under DIY Hacks, Educational, Electronic Hacks


At first glance you would think this was a normal remote control vehicle with two wheels but you would be wrong because the rotating wheels aren’t actually touching the ground. This Angular Momentum Experiment by from JCOPRO.NET shows us the results of some experiments made from some scrap parts and some household items.

Via: Hack A Day Comments

“This was pretty much thrown together, so I won’t lay out the details right now, but basically it has a PVC pipe frame, masses and wheels that I made with a hole saw out of 1/2 inch plywood, a small radio control receiver, and two motors out of an automatic air freshener – I used the sense-and-spray version as they were cheaper and have similar motors as the other kind.”


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