Smart One-wheel Skateboard and Sensor

The first single-wheel smart electric skateboard appeared in 2014, designed by Kyle Durksen, who holds several degrees from Stanford University in the United States

In the year of his appearance, his sales were limited, but today, after several improved commercial products appeared, it appears in many places more than before. It is an electric skateboard built around a single 16-centimeter tire.

For people who are used to seeing two-wheel skateboards, or four-wheel skateboards, this one-wheel skateboard will look unstable. So how does one wheel stay steady without causing it to fall over when moving? The answer comes with artificial intelligence, which sometimes creates unfamiliar things.

In the way it is used, the player puts forward on the backboard platform; He then places his front foot on the blue section of the magnetic stir bar. There, there is a sensor that determines the presence of its foot; this signal allows the board to go off.

Inside the big wheel hub is an electronically variable electric motor, a new type of smart motor that automatically adjusts its movement and power as needed. It thus performs two basic functions: pushes the plate forward or backward at speeds of up to 25 kilometers per hour, for a distance of 9 to 12 kilometers, and performs small fixed adjustments to maintain automatic self-balance by a rotator (or gyroscope) in the plate, and moves in a roundabout way because The huge wheel makes any bumps or terrain on the road smooth.

It also consists of three internal accelerometers and a number of gyroscopes, which continuously measure the direction of the plate, the angles of diffraction and winding. The gyroscopes inside are not the traditional type that rotates to help the machine stay in its direction.

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The first single-wheel smart electric skateboard appeared in 2014, designed by Kyle Durksen, who holds several degrees from Stanford University in the United States

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