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  • *Drunken Gibberish*
    *Drunken Gibberish* Year ago +4513

    The major problem with this being a wheel is that wear would absolutely destroy the pointed ends. All that weight on those small surfaces would be very intense.

    • Tac-Man Official
      Tac-Man Official Month ago

      All you guys talking about diamond wheels must not live in rough areas. Every diamond wheel that rolled past my neighborhood would be gone the second they were parked 😂

    • DanaiL
      DanaiL Year ago

      Why don’t you use a ball or spherical one no points problem solved

    • Dale Redpath
      Dale Redpath Year ago +1

      @Mithun Kalvala
      The trouble with Norma wheels is they are just too boring. Triangular wheels are far more interesting, and provides another option for those who prefer triangles over circles.... I suppose

    • R R
      R R Year ago

      @Engie4Evar Titanium is much lighter than steel.

    • Gucc Nabba
      Gucc Nabba Year ago

      @Huzaifa Khambhati I consider the diamond industry to be a scam, a conspiracy to artificially and massively inflate the value of what should be a basic commodity. Regardless, we're envisioning what could be done with limitless resources, unlimited manufacturing capabilities. And I have already consigned myself to this cold, diamond/nanotube-wheelless future

  • Rayvhend Manalip
    Rayvhend Manalip 5 months ago +2099

    What you see: a triangle wheel
    What I see: an RX7 engine

    • SuperKarKid
      SuperKarKid Month ago

      That is so true tho

    • oG3SUSo
      oG3SUSo Month ago

      1957 Felix Wankel Wankelmotor

    • Mhmd d
      Mhmd d 2 months ago

      Yup wankel all the way

      JOSH DRUMMOND 2 months ago

      @MemePope of course it's a wankle engine. The most popular machine it was in is the Mazda RX7 then the later RX8 and a lot of people don't even know about that.

    • MemePope
      MemePope 2 months ago

      RX7 Engine? Give some credit to it's inventor: it's called Wankelmotor!

  • Xxil0v3str4ng3rth1ngsxX
    Xxil0v3str4ng3rth1ngsxX 4 months ago +256

    "Wheels dont have to be round"
    "You cant use them in cars"

    • Requimics
      Requimics 4 months ago +2

      @Jzrn i see you are a rx7 enjoyer as well

    • Jzrn
      Jzrn 4 months ago +5

      @14_balis you can use them as engines

    • 14_balis
      14_balis 4 months ago +10

      @Mushroom he litterally said "you can't really put an axel on them without your car bouncing up and down" meaning no you can't successfully use them as wheels

    • Mushroom
      Mushroom 4 months ago +1

      Yes you can

  • Brendan Hoden
    Brendan Hoden 4 months ago +378

    The Mazda rotary engines: “allow us to introduce ourselves”

  • Creep Leaks
    Creep Leaks 5 months ago +3

    They can't be used as "wheels"
    Reason: they have a few unstable equilibrium points...so it would facilitate the movement half of the time, and resist the other half of the time
    But is a spherical/circular/cylindrical wheel, there r no unstable equilibrium points ☕

  • Voicist
    Voicist Year ago +27947

    "Wheels don't have to be round... unless you need to use them as wheels."

    • Relyks
      Relyks 2 months ago

      @Tyler Manning soo they aren’t the present. Just gotta find a way to make them usable

    • The Demon Reupblican
      The Demon Reupblican 2 months ago

      Or you have to design a road that summports those wheels such as a road witha bunch of little hills would let square wheels drive

    • GUTS
      GUTS 2 months ago

      @CasonDaJoint they don't work lol you can't attach them. The vehicle would slide off of them...hence the "not working"

    • APS۔CAFE
      APS۔CAFE 2 months ago

      Well that's good 😊

    • Nicolaos Soldal
      Nicolaos Soldal 3 months ago

      @CasonDaJoint so like a ball style wheel? Ps.. they already have those ;)

  • Minty
    Minty 4 months ago

    Wheels apply to more than just vehicles. In fact these types of wheels would be excellent for transferring large ships from land to the water

    APS۔CAFE 2 months ago

    I haven't seen anything like this, it's unique, I really appreciate and respect you for your Passion for your work for the sake of our knowledge

  • Green Mind
    Green Mind 4 months ago

    You dont just use any random circle/arc to round out the edges. The edge of the triangle must be equal to the radius of the arc you use to connect the points of the triangle. *That* is what makes it constant width.

  • Curious Pug
    Curious Pug 5 months ago +1874

    Mazda: "I've seen that shape before, hmm..." 🤔

    • oG3SUSo
      oG3SUSo Month ago

      1957 Felix Wankel Wankelmotor

    • APS۔CAFE
      APS۔CAFE 2 months ago

      Yes same

    • F I B
      F I B 3 months ago

      @Save the Rhino fr

    • Save the Rhino
      Save the Rhino 3 months ago +1

      @F I B LOL how does it feel to be preached..

    • Zon
      Zon 3 months ago +1

      @F I B Not really new its the thing used in rotary engines

  • Uung Uung
    Uung Uung Year ago +6811

    “These triangles are the wheels of the future. Oh, yeah, but you can’t put axels on them or use them as wheels.”

    • Hexa
      Hexa 29 days ago

      That's why they are not the wheels of the present.

    • Steffen
      Steffen Year ago

      Your Fu is too low to understand!

      ERASMO GONZALES Year ago

      No, they used these to move the great stones for the pyramids

    • Paulie Walnuts
      Paulie Walnuts Year ago

      Just use spheres

    • Dragon1320 J
      Dragon1320 J Year ago


  • Irvash smith
    Irvash smith 5 months ago

    My question be "how much foot print this things have to the ground?" A spot where wheel touching the ground is a spot where it gets it's friction from (that's needed to stop or make car move from standing still try to accelerate your car on surface with little friction like ice and you see how difficult it is to make care move)
    Now if friction of this triangular... things is less then regular wheel you can forget this entire concept as it will never be good for cars or any place where wheel are being used for unless you want to have wheels with little to no friction that is extremely difficult to stop the thing from motion 😊

  • Galahad
    Galahad 4 months ago

    Fun fact: despite its impracticality to be used as wheels, the reuleaux triangle is used by cars that have a rotary engine like the Mazda RX-7

  • Jeremy Theimer
    Jeremy Theimer 4 months ago

    You can also use perfectly square wheels if you have terrain that matches.

  • Robert Taylor
    Robert Taylor 4 months ago +1

    I think this is a space where magnets as an “attachment” point in vehicles would be worth exploring!

  • oolong2
    oolong2 Year ago +6888

    "Triangle Wheels Are The Future"
    "Except you can't use them with an axle or use them as actual wheels"

    • ex0duzz
      ex0duzz 2 months ago

      Don't forget you have to round the edges so it's more of a circle than a triangle.. lol.

    • Uncle Benny
      Uncle Benny 3 months ago

      @M4G-NU5 FTW Good idea! You made me think about those omnidirectional forklifts with the multi-roller wheels that allow back/forward and left/right motion...

    • shizukagozen777
      shizukagozen777 4 months ago

      @Ridgecrest Wack
      LMAOOOOO 🤣

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      shizukagozen777 4 months ago


    • TippsyVR
      TippsyVR Year ago

      @Barath M the triangle shape could still work depending on the strength of the magnet

  • Donavon Kuzak
    Donavon Kuzak 4 months ago

    It's like a rotary motor, like the kind Arctic cat used in their snowmobiles, they were intended to save weight, witch worked because the entire motor was like 30 pounds but the motor basically being one massive head gasket made them very prone to vacuum leaks making them super unrealiable

  • Joe W.
    Joe W. 3 months ago

    There are better wheels for multi-directional movement. Omni wheels can be driven by motor or roll freely; these "triangle wheels" can only roll freely. The only practical use for these would be the translation to square motion that you mentioned.

  • Diablo Valentine
    Diablo Valentine 5 months ago

    Maybe in the future when we find a way to establish limitless energy safely we can use some type of quantum locking to suspend those in the air and prevent them from moving away from the "wheel well" in a futuristic car that can move omnidirectionally

  • C
    C 5 months ago +1

    So it's a wheel for cosmetic purposes with minor functionality. That actually sounds accurately futuristic 🤣

  • Katie Tree
    Katie Tree Year ago +6640

    "Wheels don't have to be round."
    Proceeds to explain why they do.

    • LordKira
      LordKira 3 months ago +1

      Then says you can’t actually use them as wheels

    • Phenix
      Phenix 4 months ago

      @Yash Verma yes they do if you want to use them as a wheel. Among other issues mentioned, what happens when that "wheel" hits any small bump in a road/floor? Suddenly it stops working

    • Vintage
      Vintage 4 months ago

      @Nathaniel Alderson well, with just that sort of very limited scope, the title of the video is an overstatement.

    • Nathaniel Alderson
      Nathaniel Alderson 5 months ago

      Easy to replace casters, set in a open 'feet capsule' for a polished concrete floor warehouse.
      Some type of 'ball bearing' ?
      Inset track runners?
      A row of runners in an open channel?
      Most of these I think would be better served using actual balls due to friction or obstacles. This seems like an already superceded thought experiment rather than practical use in technology.
      Are they cheaper to make than ball bearings? Efficiency of machining vs quantity of material lost would indicate no. And I can't imagine mass 3D printed tri-bearings would be smooth enough for ball bearing applications, although some designs would work. They would probably jam if they touched each other / a wall.

    • Vintage
      Vintage 5 months ago +3

      @Yash Verma you don't have to have oxygen, unless you want to live.
      Wheels don't have to be round unless you want to connect an axle to it.
      What else do we want to use wheel for? Putting a glass slab on top and play with it as shown in the video?

  • DGX
    DGX 3 months ago +1

    I think this can be combined with other design to work as wheels for vehicles

  • Augie Doggie
    Augie Doggie 4 months ago

    OMG!!! I saw I square drill press once. It made no sense to me at the time, but this just made it make sense. Thank you!

  • Ethan Denton
    Ethan Denton 4 months ago

    Let’s say it’s held in place by magnets. Wouldn’t the tire wear on the edges/points faster than the rounded edge pretty quickly?

  • Ryan Wyrick
    Ryan Wyrick 5 months ago

    He brought squaring the circle to a whole new dimension. I knew I kept up with this guy for a reason he doesn't patent anything he figures out. That's it dude I'm cashing in on everything...

  • badboje
    badboje Year ago +4457

    "Wheels of the future"
    "By the way these things would be awful wheels"

    • Mbos Pady
      Mbos Pady 2 months ago


    • BOOM808
      BOOM808 6 months ago

      @Jonathan savage 😄

    • Drift
      Drift 7 months ago

      Let Amazon warehouse robots utilize them for 360 degree motion

    • Chris Price
      Chris Price 7 months ago

      It isn't a wheel

    • Amauri E. Alcántara
      Amauri E. Alcántara Year ago +1

      @Robo Blue So basically they will be like the ball of an old mouse, but the rollers will be the one moving it, instead of the other way around. But then one need to ask at that point why use those instead of something spherical? Plus there is the whole issue with the debris that will accumulate inside of the chamber.

  • UnlawfulSpoon65
    UnlawfulSpoon65 5 months ago +5

    Gives a whole new meaning to “reinventing the wheel”

  • Coco Loco
    Coco Loco 4 months ago

    These are only really useful on things that need to move in all direction and for them we already have wheels on a second joint that rotates freely. It also allows for them to be locked in place. Is there some other use for these that I'm missing?

  • Mbee
    Mbee 5 months ago

    In that case, a sphere is a way better alternative, it has a much simpler design and you can roll that unattached glass plate in all directions as you like without resistance. Unless you propose a way to magnetically (too complex) attach it, there’s no point experimenting with shapes. Wheels are fine.

  • Garrett Lampe
    Garrett Lampe 4 months ago

    That would be cool if there was like a magnetic support system of some type but I don't know how well it would handle uneven ground

  • firmanimad
    firmanimad Year ago +6117

    I remember an age-old saying: don't reinvent the wheel.

    • Tgdf Gjtd
      Tgdf Gjtd 3 months ago

      That poor concrete

    • Uncle Benny
      Uncle Benny 3 months ago

      @Fickden Algorithmus thank you! So many American'ts in here...

    • Nick F
      Nick F 5 months ago

      @Fickden Algorithmus the shark wheels are round though? They just changed the sides. I don’t see how this is reinventing anything.

    • Jemar Blount
      Jemar Blount 5 months ago

      First 🤣 What happened when the wheel was invented? "It caused total revolution"

    • Galeng Ness
      Galeng Ness 5 months ago

      Bruh 😂😂😂😂😂

  • Holygenix
    Holygenix 4 months ago

    Actually, it would be possible to turn these triangle wheels into circles for better efficiency

  • OmegaWolf543
    OmegaWolf543 5 months ago

    They use this same shape in a 2 dimensional configuration in rotary engines. That’s the first thing I thought of when I saw these

  • 💥 ADITYA💥
    💥 ADITYA💥 4 months ago +4

    "Wheels don't have to be round"
    "Science doesn't have to be art "
    🤣😅 the way he used cello tape for drawing is damn relateable

  • Godus
    Godus 5 months ago

    If we somehow could use them on cars, it would be good because there is more surface area so there’s more grip, although the surface area is constantly changing, especially compared to the edges and “flat” sides, so the grip would always be changing so in racing it’s useless

  • Milo C
    Milo C Year ago +4576

    Him: "Wheels don't have to be round"
    Also him: shows you why they have to be round.

    • NoFacedGoldfish
      NoFacedGoldfish Year ago

      @Fetz "There are flat-earth believers around the globe."

    • Sampam ofc
      Sampam ofc Year ago


    • Sampam ofc
      Sampam ofc Year ago

      @ODD EDDIES ODDIEDDIES OF APPENDICHTOMY ... You ok? Is your brain working? I have no idea what you just said lmao

    • Sampam ofc
      Sampam ofc Year ago

      Aight can we all just stop fighting

    • Mr Croob
      Mr Croob Year ago

      @ODD EDDIES ODDIEDDIES OF APPENDICHTOMY Dude are you okay? Did you have a stroke last night? Or do you just post gibberish all the time?

  • JaceAce 257
    JaceAce 257 4 months ago +1

    Taking “ reinventing the wheel” to a whole new level.

  • Manthen Vashishth
    Manthen Vashishth 3 months ago

    I think these wheels may have less contact patch too causing less traction

  • brittle
    brittle 4 months ago

    The issue is with uneven wear across the surface when using triangular wheels

  • Cody Grannemann
    Cody Grannemann Month ago

    I think it would be cool if you had a car that had these wheels and the car bumped up and down. That would actually be neat.

  • 勝利者
    勝利者 Year ago +4696

    "Triangle wheels are the future" then completely debunks himself after a few seconds, Good job mate! 👍

    • horriblly drawen bald amber
      horriblly drawen bald amber 9 months ago

      @Shreyas Jaiswal 9

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    • ꤼꥉꤳꥈꥀꥋ ꤰꥉꤹꥇꤰ꥓
      ꤼꥉꤳꥈꥀꥋ ꤰꥉꤹꥇꤰ꥓ 9 months ago

      @Shreyas Jaiswal first rule regarding technological developments:
      "There's no room for skepticism."

    • Wubnix
      Wubnix 9 months ago

      @Luis Murillo yeah but thats not very likely if you have a lot more room to move and layers of sky to drive around

    • Luis Murillo
      Luis Murillo 9 months ago

      @Wubnix ...and there's a lot more things on the ground than there's in the sky.
      One can go around an accident/occurrence on the ground while flying vehicles would have to fall and crash to people, animals, property, etc.

  • Michael DeMelo
    Michael DeMelo 4 months ago

    I wonder if you could put them in tracts like a bearing. Like on drawer rails or if you had a heavy steel plate placed flat on them.

  • RYO-kai
    RYO-kai 5 months ago

    So they'd need to be "attached" via a super-strong magnetic field that kept them in place without physically touching? Obviously this would introduce a whole slew of issues, but it's an interesting thought.

  • Slayer 211756
    Slayer 211756 4 months ago

    Either way what do u think is harder? Engineering one of these to put on a car and then having to produce 4 of them perfectly for a single car every time u made a car or u could just use circles.

  • Gavin Brewer
    Gavin Brewer 5 months ago

    Could magnets be the future with these to become feasible wheels for vehicles?

  • Paul, Does things.
    Paul, Does things. Year ago +4932

    "Wheels of the future" Same video "You can't attach an axle" Alrighty then...

    • 800lb Gorilla
      800lb Gorilla 2 months ago

      Could a mechanical suspension be replaced with a magnetic one? To effectively hover above a set of wheels such as these. Or, they could be captured in a half-dome housing with spherical bearings.

    • APS۔CAFE
      APS۔CAFE 2 months ago

      Circular motion into square motion very very new yes

    • DeadMouseWater
      DeadMouseWater 5 months ago


    • max l
      max l 5 months ago

      @FestiveKamikaze get a Pajero

    • Michael
      Michael 7 months ago

      @pandemonium Yeah this concept is kinda cool but the title is total clickbait

  • Robloxgod 6789
    Robloxgod 6789 4 months ago +1

    Just curious but is there a way that this can be better than a circular wheel if there is a way discovered to make a car not bump up and down? Either way it looks really cool

  • Curious Shaun C
    Curious Shaun C 4 months ago

    i would like to see it used on a rough surface or rough terrain

  • William Cote-dube
    William Cote-dube 4 months ago

    Have you heard of rotary engines, that has triangles spinning on a eccentric shaft?

  • A L
    A L 5 months ago

    This is brilliant, No industry needs to move material more than a couple of feet

  • Psych300
    Psych300 Year ago +3137

    I feel like these will be just as reliable as rotary engines...

  • Руслан Черман

    You can just make fully spherical wheels like in the movie « I am robot ». As for advantages, i’d include horizontal parking mby)) Its a cool idea)

  • Adam McAllister
    Adam McAllister 4 months ago

    That glass plate effect is fun and all but a sphere would do the same job and is easier to manufacture. I’m not an engineer so would struggle to see where this would be useful.

  • Anthony
    Anthony 4 months ago

    “You can roll this glass on them with no problem at all”
    Well one problem is it’s a fixed distance that can be rolled until the triangle shaped wheels disconnect with the glass

  • Fred Dains
    Fred Dains 4 months ago

    That's kinda how a rotary engine works. However there's a damn good reason rotary engines never took off...

  • Deesh
    Deesh Year ago +1832

    I guess the best way to turn this into a wheel is to have a hemisphere of rollers surround the top half to let the "triangle" freely rotate, but at that point you might as well use spheres as wheels as they'd be more stable.

    • GangBalls69_Estonia
      GangBalls69_Estonia Year ago +1

      trying to reinvent the wheel is just retarded, how are you supposed to change the tyres on this piece of trash or spherical wheels? change the whole wheel? its just retarded when a simple and cost effective solution already exists, what problems that normal wheels have do these solve? NONE, they just cause more

    • Joe seth Mom my
      Joe seth Mom my Year ago

      @Aleuvian The spheres couldnt turn with the axels like wheels could. Theres a obtuse angle with the back of the left wheel when making a left turn for instance.

    • Skylancer727
      Skylancer727 Year ago

      @Aleuvian it adds extra complexity for the only fringe times you want to go sideways. In most regards freely spinning isn't very safe for high speed. Better if the rear wheels stay circular and only the front wheels are spheres or the magnets be arranged so the wheels more are locked around an axis.

    • Aleuvian
      Aleuvian Year ago +1

      @Skylancer727 At that point, why only the front wheels, when you could turn all wheels and move in any direction on a plane freely?
      The benefit is a vehicle that can move side to side without rotating, or can rotate on the spot.

    • [SLS] Calisota
      [SLS] Calisota Year ago

      getting Audi RSQ vibes here...

  • Gucci Membrane
    Gucci Membrane 4 months ago

    But would they be as strong as a regular wheel when at any point in the turning motion?

  • Turtle _Neck15
    Turtle _Neck15 4 months ago

    these triangles are amazing wheels, RCE would be proud

  • Justine Jules
    Justine Jules 5 months ago

    I accidentally made one of these when i was playing clay back then. While making a sphere vigorously, it became one of these weird triangles.

  • Christophe Janvier
    Christophe Janvier 5 months ago

    It's great. It IS my belief that everything has not been done with forms and shapes.

  • Pencilbender
    Pencilbender Year ago +2708

    1: "Wheels dont have to be round"
    2: "You cant really put an axle on this because the center doesnt have a constant distance to the vehicle"
    3: so basically wheels have to be round

    • AdamantSilver
      AdamantSilver Year ago +1

      Why reinvent the wheel?

    • Alex Tsang
      Alex Tsang Year ago

      @crzmicky or we can just put 4 mouse balls under a car instead of this weird shape 😂

    • Clone of Darkness
      Clone of Darkness Year ago

      Who says wheels are only for cars

    • Rac Tac
      Rac Tac Year ago

      @farizh alhakim Wheels aren't exclusive to cars genius

    • hellsfinestwine
      hellsfinestwine Year ago

      No, just car wheels have to be round

  • zero8kira
    zero8kira 5 months ago

    This must have been what it was like to actually invent the wheel.

  • Chris Hawes
    Chris Hawes 4 months ago

    Perhaps you can maintain attachment with a magnet drawing in embedded metal that maintains equal distance. I am also imagining a superconductor in this shape as a failsafe when temperature cannot be maintained. Im no scientist tho

  • An Atomic Configuration

    The shape works great for moving large blocks of granite.

  • Karmasu L
    Karmasu L 5 months ago

    In your demonstration you just took a circle of random diameter (a roll of tape). Does the circles diameter in relation to the triangles size matter to get this shape?

  • Hekate
    Hekate Year ago +1893

    “Wheels don’t have to be round”
    But there’s a good reason why they have been for thousands of years.

    • zedlepplin
      zedlepplin Year ago +2

      @Ndipiwe Mjekula why is this bowl of alphabet soup so mad ?

    • AdamantSilver
      AdamantSilver Year ago

      @Ndipiwe Mjekula You're literally advocating the reinvention of the wheel. Something that has really no downsides and is extremely ubiquitous. Even if we invent hover tech or whatever, wheels will still exist.

    • Luke Fabis
      Luke Fabis Year ago

      @Jota Cylinders are round.

    • Aiden Panting
      Aiden Panting Year ago

      @Dr_hombre I think he's asking more along the lines of like what made us use those instead of the triangles of course both fucking systems work were aware of that but like we're talking more like in depth what decision was made across human history that made us want to use spheres especially when we were still more primitive

    • Ndipiwe Mjekula
      Ndipiwe Mjekula Year ago

      Ye 'cause humans have mastered the universe and should literally stop inventing now. Just get used to what you know. Damn all that discomfort and all those questions. Mommy and daddy made a nice soft lie, let's ingest it in a peaceful single file formation.

  • SomeoneUnderYourBed
    SomeoneUnderYourBed 5 months ago

    I see.. So it’s a triangle that is equivalent to a circle but moves in the motion of a square..

  • m NOUN
    m NOUN 5 months ago

    It would be a better wheel for grip if the three dimensional object could be motivated in all directions using something like an Omni directional tread mill
    Just skipping it and using sphere with tread motivated by directional wheels like an old time roller computer mouse
    Nice object but couldn't think of a use for it, they were used in rotary engines

  • Shadows Inc.
    Shadows Inc. Month ago

    You'd get the same properties from a sphere. It's a neat idea, and a cool physics gimmick, but I don't think it's "the future".

  • Jason Allen
    Jason Allen 5 months ago

    It would have to be magnetically held to the car with a different type of propulsion system

  • That's what she said. Literally.

    🤔 Except for the fact that the points would wear out much faster than the sides, needing to be replaced (or "repointed"?) more quickly than a round wheel.

    • HehexD
      HehexD 11 months ago

      Very good point ma'am

    • Red Bull Seb
      Red Bull Seb 11 months ago

      He also explained an old invention called rotary engine from Felix Wankel

    • Jay Bomb
      Jay Bomb 11 months ago

      @André Deketele 'AstuteComplexTheory' why did mazda and every other brand drop wankel tech? Because it's so great at LeMans?
      No, Rotary sucks that's why it's obsolete.

    • Lucy Heartfilia
      Lucy Heartfilia Year ago

      @Grimm Reaper oo thank you!! any youtuber you recommend? ill check it out! so interesting 👀

    • Grimm Reaper
      Grimm Reaper Year ago +1

      @Lucy Heartfilia you should watch a video about the basics of the rotary engine. It's a very neat thing. At least I enjoyed it when first learning about cars 👍🏼

  • Shalyn 9613
    Shalyn 9613 5 months ago

    Revolutionary, considering we always get that one cart with a bad wheel 😂

  • Mallory Boyd
    Mallory Boyd 4 months ago

    Fun fact: You can do this with a square too! It’s called a circle!

  • Bungau Mihai
    Bungau Mihai 5 months ago

    You can't really have speed with those..
    Unless you find a way for turbo møde and have something like a airbag that fills the gaps into a round shape for full sphere,but even then it's so expensive and complicated and more risk for not much needed mobility...

  • RiotGear
    RiotGear 2 months ago

    That glass is like gluons in atoms. Cool stuff!

  • Party Pat
    Party Pat 3 months ago

    I want someone to fill a fixed pathway with these so we can ride on top of a board and fly down it.

  • Jeniffer Gomes
    Jeniffer Gomes Month ago

    Esse literalmente reinventou a roda…

  • Unknown Shadow
    Unknown Shadow 5 months ago

    There’s gotta be an alternate universe where this was the wheel.

  • Leandrosioty
    Leandrosioty 4 months ago +1

    My love for rotary engines is unbound

  • Pedro Amaral
    Pedro Amaral Year ago +7780

    never thought I’d see a drawing as imprecise as mine

  • Justin Silvers
    Justin Silvers 5 months ago

    Its cool as a concept, but what do they do better than circles or spheres? Other than rotary engines.

  • rabbit
    rabbit 4 months ago

    "triangle wheels are the future"
    Then circular wheels must be the present
    And square wheels must be the past.

  • DreamScape
    DreamScape 5 months ago

    what if you just had unique suspension? doesn't suspension already kinda keep your car a bit level when you hit bumps? like a dirt bike? we can make the suspension make the wheels go up and down, but not the car. then again going 80mph on the highway maybe a challenge lol

  • feare
    feare 4 months ago

    But the glass on top moves. Does it still work when you fixate them?

  • Advitiya
    Advitiya Year ago +1970

    "wheels can be triangle, just need to add a circular frame to the triangle, which is round so at the end you get round wheels. Thank you"

  • KineticCat
    KineticCat 4 months ago +1

    You can't use any circle to make it, it need to be a circle with a radius equal to the side of the triangle

  • Nisha Singh
    Nisha Singh 4 months ago +2

    Meanwhile the fastest cars in the world: "but this scares me a lot"

  • Ur motha
    Ur motha 4 months ago

    if you put them inside of half of a sphere so they’re all even and kept in their relative place… idk maybe that’s how you could use em in a car but then you’d need to figure out how to control direction and force

  • Lolin
    Lolin 4 months ago +1

    This is also used in a rotary engine like in an mazda rx7

  • Micah
    Micah Year ago +1099

    Instead of saying wheels don't have to be round. He should've said triangles can roll

  • Ryder
    Ryder 5 months ago +1

    "Triangle wheels are like a solution looking for a problem" -Albert Einstein

  • African Trump
    African Trump 3 months ago

    People in the past: discovering electricity, inventing airplanes and automobiles.
    People today: *Triangle Wheels.*

  • Mason Ward
    Mason Ward 4 months ago

    But those tires would be so inconsistent with grip. At the points where the tip of the triangle is on the ground, you have almost no grip

  • sindobrandnew
    sindobrandnew 4 months ago

    Dude when our ancestors invented the wheel in a shape of a circle, there's a reason.

  • 22t
    22t Year ago +3372

    "wheels don't have to be round"
    "oh nvm, actually they do"

    • Diaper don’s A con
      Diaper don’s A con Year ago

      Real handy,putting a tyres on will be a doddle

    • The High Pineapple
      The High Pineapple Year ago

      This entire thread is a fine example of education failing our future.

    • Cyber Dragon
      Cyber Dragon Year ago


    • MassTV
      MassTV Year ago

      @Justin Who said the wheel needed to be for a car. It could be used in machinery or some other manner. Maybe crossing deserts, rocky terrains, etc have shown that odd shaped "wheels" or tracks perform better than standard wheels

    • Dillon Curry
      Dillon Curry Year ago +1

      “Wheels don’t have to be round, take for example this triangle that I put a circle around, amazing stuff right?”

  • waffler1209
    waffler1209 Month ago

    "wheels dont have to be round"
    "except they actually do, this is just a cool shape that doesnt function as a wheel but can be used similarly"

  • Belinda Barrie
    Belinda Barrie 4 months ago +3

    Me: buckle up, it’s going to be a bumpy ride! Epic vids! Keep it up

  • Pryor Devine
    Pryor Devine 2 months ago

    The only way I can think of applying triangle wheels on practice is if they're used in a magnet well somehow.

  • Ronkhus
    Ronkhus 3 months ago

    Parallel universe be like:
    "Cylindrical wheels exist!"

  • Bestnnhl Player
    Bestnnhl Player Year ago +777

    This takes "let's not try to re-invent the wheel" to a whole new level.