- A video of William Lilliard's amazing creation that allows a car to move thanks to special wheels horizontally is creating a buzz on the internet
- The Candian inventor worked on his Omni Wheel project for eight years and filed a patent for the technology in 2015
- In 2022 the video went viral on Tik Tok, and many people who hadn't seen the original Youtube clip reacted with amazement to the video
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William Liddiard's viral video of his Omni Wheel creation found its way onto Tik Tok, and users are going crazy for the invention.
The Canadian inventor filed a patent on the technology that allows a tyre on the car to rotate horizontally, reports Patentyogi.com.
Liddiard worked on the tyres for eight years and tested them on his car. The invention can be bolted onto any car and makes parallel parking easy by neither moving forward nor backwards.
He says on his Youtube channel:
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"The tyres "can" have the same build characteristics (siping, grooves, rubber compounds etc.) as regular tires. Now you can drive in all directions and turn on the spot when needed."
Users commented on the video and were full of praise for Liddiard's cool invention:
"This guy's a genius!"
"MAN Canadians are smart people."
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Another inventive young man is Youtuber Marko Terzo, who turned his couch into the most comfortable electric scooter yet, Briefly News reports.
The viral video shows the entire building process from start to finish. The Youtuber has over five million followers and first decided to fit two electric skateboards underneath the couch but then ran into trouble as he couldn't steer the two-seater.
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Terzo added his scooter to the couch and hid the steering mechanism with a pillow. The top speed of the electric power is 120km/h. The rest is history, and the young man was on his way to pranking people in his area, including a drive-thru worker and car dealership salesman.
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Source: Briefly News