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These conveyor belts are a trip

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These omnidirectional belts are made by Intralox.
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trupti desai (1 month ago)
How costly is this system as compared to normal conveyor?
danietkissenle (1 month ago)
i put these things up in warehouses
Neo Conveyors (2 months ago)
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BadGal Kea (2 months ago)
johnny llooddte (9 months ago)
where can we buy these
CaptainScout (10 months ago)
0:08 are these painkillers
jan mxa (11 months ago)
Amazing jazz music!
Rock (1 year ago)
I could use one of these to feed my fat lazy wife...
iole fox (1 year ago)
0:06 one went the wrong way
Roi Armando (1 year ago)
The Last One Looks Like Shuffling Cards
İlker Kilicaslan (1 year ago)
do you have information about how this system works and how does it work?
some one (1 year ago)
why cant cars be like this in the road?!
Fluffy Dragon (1 year ago)
Rush hour
Byler Sennett (1 year ago)
NeoGAF is pedo central. More revelations are coming. You know where to go to find more info.
j fong (1 year ago)
well that was satisfying to watch
Mark (1 year ago)
Crazy Productions (1 year ago)
Nya Exodus (1 year ago)
i wish I can ride it
Dino Bee (1 year ago)
What if a person ride on it?
Alex McKee (1 year ago)
That looks expensive!
brian whittle (1 year ago)
The two people who work in that place must be vigilant at all time to not become mesmerised.
Jacob Shackelford (1 year ago)
I put them in for a living.
HongEn Tsai (1 year ago)
wow, where can I buy this?
ElectroControl (2 years ago)
Wow this is really interesting and looks expensive, but I'm sure it is the best solution for some applications...
Ryan Johnson (2 years ago)
what camera are you using?
Mihai Pruna (2 years ago)
Surfing / snowboarding simulator, there's a market for you
Zetamek (2 years ago)
Guilherme Rezende (2 years ago)
i'd love to know the name of this song...
Er sumanth rao (2 years ago)
hello I am trying to find solution for packing of incense sticks , I need a solution to make a batch of 1000 sticks kind request as share information if you have any
Pieter-Louis Bootsman (2 years ago)
UFOSPACEMAN (2 years ago)
bigtoe1111 (2 years ago)
interesting. but i'm not trippin'. wimp.com said they were mesmerizing. not mesmerized either. wtf?
HeavenPotato (2 years ago)
they r so CUTE EEEEEEEEEE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Josh Reichenbach (2 years ago)
Amazon needs these
Ian Konrad (10 months ago)
I know the intralox/laitram salesman who manages one account: Amazon. This product hit the market about 4 years ago in November, it actually malfunctioned a lot during its first christmas season and my buddy was working round the clock with Amazon to resolve the issues. With many delays, the joke that year was intralox stole christmas, not the grinch!
Mountain Rider (2 years ago)
what kind
Josh Reichenbach (2 years ago)
Not at the facility I work at
Mountain Rider (2 years ago)
Awazon is using those buddy
TheFrostyBrit (2 years ago)
I like to think the boxes do this themselves.
Gaius Julius Caesar (2 years ago)
What a time to be alive.
Zombiac (1 year ago)
Rohan K let's forget 2001, 2002, and 2004.
Rohan K (2 years ago)
2016 The worst year of this century
Pack-Smart Inc. (2 years ago)
Алекс Тошофф (2 years ago)
Я не смог оторвать взгляд....
Nico Mariño (2 years ago)
That looks expensive.
Anti (2 years ago)
This could totally outmode spinning cats across a polished floor!
Vaveryanov (2 years ago)
rip humans
saentinel (2 years ago)
Take this and imagine what happens when we apply the same principle to roads in a future where all cars are driverless... suddenly there's no such thing as traffic jams and congestion anymore. Roads wouldn't have to be so wide anymore and there wouldn't be signalised junctions either. Pedestrian and cycling routes could (feasibly) weave between roads as well... Though, like for this video, I'd probably be there staring for hours as cars weave impossibly around bends and across intersections.
gredangeo (2 years ago)
So? the goal is odds. Computers only have to be better than humans in preventing accidents. If AI driving produces 1/10 of the rate that humans die at, an accidental coding fuckup, is still the best option. As for security issues, that is the only real reason it's not implemented right now. If banks can keep their servers rather secure in keeping everyone's information intact, putting it to the logistics for the self driving cars is just another step. Driverless is pretty inevitable. A lot of people suck at driving.
Ganesh R (2 years ago)
This all sounds great, until some idiot comes along, injects a little script into the system that disrupts this "synergistic flow", and sends every live node crashing into each other... there goes 1/10 of the world... NO THANKS!
filzilla (2 years ago)
Talk about "sorting it all out."
Dawid Goszczycki (2 years ago)
Who produces those?
Mountain Rider (2 years ago)
Barbara Garnier-Jay (2 years ago)
Intralox apparently.
Sebastian Enger (2 years ago)
satisfiying watch
Irvan Qadri (2 years ago)
put this in road!
Sheila Francl (2 years ago)
exactly my thought, scale up and selfdriving cars are easy
К С (2 years ago)
I need this in factorio ))
Matthew Trevor (2 years ago)
That was the first thought I had when I saw this :)
MrknisterKanister (2 years ago)
i neeed this at home dont know what for but need it
Midge Diabolik (2 years ago)
If you could make travelators/pavements out of these things you may never have to walk anywhere again #theFuture
D1G1TAL (1 month ago)
We would probably die