Look at the radio-controlled machine that can driftJanuary 17, 2020
In the video, this toy Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Wagon can easily be confused with a real car
This radio-controlled Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Wagon was developed by engineer Dimitar Tilev for a year. In the video, the toy looks very realistic, as it can roll in corners and even skid.
Toy Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Wagon model 1963 received a body printed on a printer, four servomotors mounted on each of the wheels, as well as an Arduino board, whose task is to analyze the movement of the machine. As a result, the car seems to be equipped with an active suspension – the body can rise and fall. In addition, the machine “bites” its nose on braking, rolls in corners and even drifts.
Its weight is only 3.5 kilograms, and the scale is 1:10. This Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 Wagon sounds like a real one, and with a sharp start, the tailpipes are highlighted in red to simulate a flame. Tilev does not exclude the possibility that similar radio-controlled models will begin to be sold in the future.
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