Sounds like the bike from the first JJ Star Trek movie.
This is something that I’ve been thinking about a fair bit lately, along with thermal towers, makes me wonder why we don’t already see technology like this in use? Is it really so cost prohibitive that it can’t be utilized immediately?
Upon holding the Tricorder near a power adapter plugged into the wall, you could see the oscillating magnetic fields on the magnetometer visualization. There they were, slowly bouncing back and forth, right in front of you… More educational discoveries came quickly — from finding all the heat leaks from different building materials in my graduate student apartment in a century home, to how much humidity is exhaled in a breath… And from that moment on, it seemed like much of the mystery of how they worked I now understood — I could think about what was going on inside them easier and more naturally, now that I had this visual grounding of the science going on inside. This is why I built the Tricorder.
D’you realize how much energy you’re wasting right now, just sitting there breathing? Yeah, stop killing the environment, you jerk! Just put on thisy here AIRE mask, and all of that tedious in-and-out will turn into power for your cellphone.
WARNING: Them titties is fake!
Here’s a video of a headless robot running over 18 mile and hour. Just a reminder, the average running speed of a healthy person is around 10 miles and hour.
I had no idea that a nanosecond was so damn large!