3D Printed Singularity Drive Platform

[Silas] is a student at Olin College and came up with a platform using the singularity drive system in his spare time.

We covered a LEGO build of a singularity drive earlier this month. Instead of wheels, treads or legs, this drive system has a hemisphere spinning along its vertical axis. Interestingly, the robot does not change the speed or direction of its drive motor at all. IEEE is now calling this drive system a “singularity drive,” because math.

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