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  • david chua
    It uses electromagnetic motors powered by electric power amplifiers and switches, which work together to make the wheels bounce up and down over obstacles, while the body of the car remains still. This system uses proprietary software, linear electromagnetic motors, and power amplifers to control each wheel.13 Feb 2016
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