Wearable Motorcycle Makes Biomechatronics a Reality

Riding motorcycles is so last century. In the future, according to art student Jake Loniak, people will be wearing motorcycles. This concept vehicle endorsed by Yamaha turns biomechatronics into reality: the vertical ride has 36 pneumatic muscles and two linear actuators. It also has a built-in helmet, a motor in the central wheel, and runs on nano-phosphate batteries. Loniak calls it the Deux Ex Machina.


When completed, the Deux Ex Machina will do zero to sixty in three seconds. The only down side is that it has no storage space—but who really needs storage space when you're wearing a giant robot?

Yamaha-Branded Wearable Motorcycle Concept [Flylyf]

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