A researcher from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) has developed an obstacle-detection system that allows a drone to autonomously dip, dart and dive through a tree-filled field at upwards of 30 miles per hour.
An electric go cart made for drifting [ website ]
Hoverboard Technologies’ engineers have perfected a design that transports the future of personal mobility to the present. Minimalistic, efficient and intuitively engineered to respond to subtle shifts in body weight, the Hoverboard’s innovative design becomes an extension of the rider. Precision sensors create a floating feeling as you surf the pavement, zoom up and down hills or just cruise with the wind in your face and your mind on other things. With the Hoverboard, each trip is as thrilling as you want to make it. [ website ]
Swincar E-Spider was designed to bring new sensations thanks to its exceptional agility off-road. Its revolutionary kinematic allows tilt shift, tilt correction and most extreme cross axles. The Electric motors on the 4 wheel drive and steer with independent suspension makes possible the most difficult crossing safely and comfy. Battery life is adaptable to allow several hours of ride with hundreds of meters of elevation [ website ].
Two robots borrow techniques from both inchworms and geckos to climb up walls while carrying huge loads