Human Gyro Pricing
An aerotrim is a gyroscope large enough to contain a human being, used for cardiovascular workout and equilibrioception (balance) training in pilots and astronauts. Aerotrims enjoyed worldwide popularity in gyms during the 1980s, but are now out of production outside of professional applications. A handful of machines are still in circulation, largely used for entertainment at fairs and events and as sci-fi showpieces in movies and television. Several companies around the world have picked up the idea and produced their own version with slight changes. One of the originals, made in Korea, can be found in Slovenia at Aerotrim Ekopool Celje.
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How it works?
Basically a gyroscope is something that keeps spinning in the same direction. If you take a wheel off a bicycle, hold the ends of the axle, set it spinning and try to make it turn you will feel a resisting force trying to make the wheel keep spinning in the same direction. The same force makes the Earth keep spinning (more or less) in the same direction. Actually all gyroscopes wobble a bit, but let’s ignore that for now.
So why do they do it? It relies on the fact that a body tries to keep moving in the same direction. It’s one of Newton’s laws. All the bits of the bicycle wheel want to go straight, but they can’t because they’re being pulled sideways by the axle. So they do the next best thing: they go round by the shortest route.
When we try to twist the axle we feel the wheel resisting because all those bits are trying to keep moving in the same direction they were going before. So good old Mr Newton had a pretty good idea when he invented his rule.
Technology we use !
We use imported made in Taiwan safety Harness system, seats are car racing seats, Motor is schneider electric, rest all metal parts are made in INDIA with TATA steel hallowsection pipes.