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IPx2

Member since Feb 2011 • Last active Jul 2011
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    damn what was that noise? Didnt realise it used bearings of the same material aswell, maybe he noise is to do with that.

    Thanks for that link xanderh

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    http://inhabitat.com/3d-printed-air-bike­-is-as-strong-as-steel-but-13rd-the-weig­ht-of-aluminium/

    Hmm interesting. Looks belt driven, maybe fixed? cant see brakes..

    Pete

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    Don't mean to start arguments on my first day posting here, but I'm rite :P

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    No it wouldn't. Your eyes don't have a frame rate, so you just get motion blur. It needs the interference effect between camera frame rate and the rate at which objects with rotational symmetry overlay themselves to generate the illusion of slowed, stopped or reversed rotation.

    I think it would. My reason being the rings of patterns have the black parts spaced differently.

    Thinking of car rims its easily visible when they go at certain speeds they appear to be rotating counter clockwise. Some parts would have that effect whilst other parts wouldnt

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    Malaysian that wheel definitely looks cool on camera, alot of the effects you see must be from the cameras frame rate. I do think in real life it would look awesome still as some parts would appear to be rotating clockwise, some anti clockwise...

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    where do i find this video? I thought about what it would look like, then decided there was enough black that once spinning fast enough itd probably be all black and a bit dissapointing...

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    I like the rear wheels paint job. Not so sure about the frame, and certainly not together in my opinion.

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    Love the paint on the royal h cycles, but then they go and do this...

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