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    The Comedy is in the Back Array Saturnin's Avatar
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    bro, do you even ride in a straight line? #1 asshole

    First person shooter treadmill controller

    hehe excercise while u game, nuff said fat kids!
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    I made one of those back in 1998 for my final project in BCIT (Robotics & Automation). We were using Quake and running it on a Pentium 233 MMX (remember this is 1998).

    We were going to use the VR (Virtual Reality) Goggles instead of a computer monitor, and the whole base would rotate when you turned. But we never had enough time (or money) to competely finish it.

    It was definately a hit at our BCIT open house in 1998. I wonder if I could find any pictures. I know BCIT had it on one of their intro movies.

    I should of patent that thing and sold it, but I never thought it would sell that good...fat kids don't like exercise!
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