Bike Cycle

An artificial set of legs, hinged properly and powered by pneumatic ‡muscles,‡ can pedal a bicycle if the visitor sequences the muscles properly. This is done by pushing buttons that activate the pneumatic cylinders (via pneumatic solenoids). It is surprisingly difficult to coordinate the four ‡muscles ‡ into the simple act of pedaling and certainly gives one an appreciation for the coordination of the human body and brain.

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