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Dude starts his scooter with a phone.

Brad Nelson, an erstwhile genius, has hacked his scooter to respond via bluetooth to the way he shakes the android phone. The hack is very clever in itself but there are a couple of issues with this implementation as far as I can see…

Though the actual hand gestures he uses to start, stop and open the seat are, well, kinda masturbatory the hack isn’t. This hack really is incredibly cool though I’m loath to think what would happen if he hit a bouncy (like the hand gestures) section of road. Bike may die or seat may pop open… Or all of the above. Comedy in the making here, possibly even a Darwin award?

Only kidding, check out Brad’s blog for all the info on how he pulled this off… 

What do you reckon has “Bluition” as he apparently calls it, got a future?

  • Lol, thanks for the nice writeup!

    Just for the record, the gestures are only detectable when the screen is on. So no seat launching me into Darwinian fame on a busy intersection 😉

    • Sheesh, that’s good to know. Ride safe.

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