- Jul 17, 2004
- Hamburg, New Jersey USA
- GyroBee Variant - Under Construction
I am no expert on this, but am imagining that scenario like a kid on one of those old playground merry-go-rounds. If I stood perfectly centered on it while the neighbor kids revved it up, I just get dizzy. But if I was slightly off center I would tend to get slung outward with ever-greater force in an unstable feedback loop. I would think the rotor is similar to the kid on the merry-go-round. But if I'm wrong then we'll both learn something.If you were to allow the teeter block some small movement between the towers...wouldn't it centre up where it needs to be?
Probably a stupid question.