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The First Step Toward A Flying Motorcycle?
SkyCar Meets the BD-5?
AvWeb mentioned this in yesterday's issue.
Harvard Undergraduate Kyle Clark's Dynamic Flight Simulator wins
"Best in Show"; Model Could Become the Basis of a Future
Cambridge, Mass. - May 6, 2004 - Kyle Clark '04, an Engineering
Sciences concentrator at the Harvard Division of Engineering and
Applied Sciences (DEAS), received praise and awe from faculty and
students alike when he presented his senior design project, Design
and Construction of a Dynamic Flight Simulator, at the Harvard
Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences...
Clark's eventual goal is for the CyclePlane to become a part of
NASA's Personal Air Vehicle Exploration (PAVE) initiative. The
space agency has long been interested in developing inexpensive
and easy-to-use aviation vehicles for direct point-to-point and
local flights. Clark's innovative flying-motorcycle design could
provide an approach to personal air transportation that will one
day have us all flying high.
Irrational beliefs ultimately lead to irrational acts.
-- Larry Dighera,
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