A dream can come true. Traffic jams can be overcome in our modern Cities by the use of Gyroscopic vehicles. Additionally, gyroscopic vehicles are safer.
Futuristic Gyroscopic Transportation by Dahir Insaat
Dahir Insaat is a Turkish/Russian engineering-company which thinks out of the box. Dahir Insaat develops outstanding futuristic concepts for every aspect of life. What these concepts have in common is that they respond to a true demand and solve urgent problems.
Are Gyroscopic Vehicles the Future of Urban Commuting?
In one way or another, we have to solve the commuting problem in our Cities. Instead of moving from A to B, vehicles are mostly stuck in traffic jams. What if a new kind of vehicles could use the small space between the lined up cars in a traffic jam?The video shows, how this brillant idea could be implemented in todays modern Cities.
The concept of gyrioscopic vehicles seems to be a great way for solving the traffic jam problem. Commuters will travel much faster than the individual traffic. Such a futuristic public transport system looks attractive and comfortable. I am really curious about how it feels inside of such a voluminous cabine. The designer recogizes in this new form of gyroscopic vehicles a huge ‘potential to provide an efficient, economical, safe, environmentally friendly, comfortable, and maneuverable conveyance that is independent of the general traffic flow on arterial roads.’
How can these commuter vehicles be stable on only two wheels?
With just two wheels, the glass-dome cabin is self-balancing and can be controlled with a joystick instead of a steering wheel. The question is, how can the engineers achieve this astonishing self-balancing effect?
The working principle of a gyroscope is based on the fact that a fast spinning wheel remains in a fixed position in the plane in which it is spinning. If such a fast spinning wheel is massive enough and spinning fast enough, it can keep a gyroscopic vehicle in its balance. It is that simple.
Gyroscopic Vehicles are safer
Such gyroscopic vehicles are far more than just a gimmik. The following video reveals that such vehicles on two wheels are definitively safer than “normal” vehicles. Lit Motors CEO Daniel Kim presented this prototype of a gyro-moto with its patented gyroscopic stability technology already in the year 2011.