Around the Corner
November 6, 2012 1:30 AM Subscribe
Around The Corner: How Differential Steering Works (9:31)
posted by Blasdelb (27 comments total)
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is a brilliantly simple explination of the deceptively simple concept of differential steering by the Jam Handy Organization in 1937. It makes a great introduction to this more advanced modern explination (4:44)
for the layman.Much more from the Jam Handy Organization
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