how does an omnidirectional treadmill work

Omnidirectional treadmill Explained - Topio Networks ยท An omnidirectional treadmill (ODT) is a mechanical device, similar to a typical treadmill, that allows a person to perform locomotive motion in any direction, allowing for 360 degrees of movement. The ability to move in any direction is how these treadmills differ from their basic counterparts (that permit only unidirectional locomotion). What is an Omnidirectional Treadmill (ODT)? - Definition ... An omnidirectional treadmill is a mechanical construction that allows for multidirectional movement in a three-dimensional space. Unlike a traditional treadmill that only works in one direction, the omnidirectional treadmill registers movement in all…
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