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Old 10-31-18, 12:50 PM
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Thought I'd drop this here...

Found it by accident, thought it would be appreciated on BF.

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Very cool! Thanks for posting it.
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@bobwysiwyg , glad you like it. It's pretty cool. There's also a making-of vid as well, if you're interested.
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Yuh, I stumbled on this a couple days ago. Needs some tweaks, good suggestions in the comments, but a brilliant start. They've since taken it on a mountain trail and shaken out some other to-do items.

Take-away phrase was (paraphrasing from memory) "Until now, my mobility was limited to the pavement." Look on her face as she tried a curb, rolled over a grassy parkway, etc., is priceless.
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