US Patent Pending
Torque Stabilized, Vertical Lifing System - modular single rotor, torque stabilized system - BodyCopter plans available
Gord is right.
a. The Link is broken,
b. the site is - shall we say - "under construction"
The sum of all text is :
"We are developing a product line around the TSVLS (US Patent Pending) and will become the worldwide B2B source for the Original Torque Stabilized, Vertical Lifting System.Call for Papers2010 International Powered Lift Conference:A New Decade in V/STOL FlightTorque Stabilized Vertical Lifting System (TSVLS)Abstract – by Charles"
That said, there is a nice picture of the engineer, and his flying machine.
Kudos to Charles for hutzpa and such - especially if he has flown the machine.
I found more info in the About Us section of the linked site:
"The TSVLS has been presented to and peer reviewed at the International Power Lift Conference in PA October 2010 and at the American Helicopter Society (vtol.org) in February 2011 with positive results.
I have been working on the TSVLS independently for the past 9 years and am now ready to present to potential investors demonstration models, 11" and 16" in diameter.
The day of the personal and family aerial vehicle is here. Since the 1950s we've been promised flying cars, but all we have are impractical vehicles with folding wings needing runways and airports. These vehicles offer nothing to regular people except more longing and frustration at being left out of the independence vertical take off and landing holds.
At long last, the technology, simple technology, is here to take off vertically from your driveway, fly just above treetop for local, sport and regional travel. The simple technology is absolutely dependable, and easily affordable.
Extensive testing and fine tuning is necessary, but personal aerial vehicles and 4 to 6 passenger vehicles using VTOL are in clear view and will be available within 3 to 5 years.
At present, we are having an injection mold made of the first TSVLS (torque, stabilized, vertical lifting system), the core technology for many lifting technologies of single lift rotors, including personal, commercial, industrial and military configurations.
We will begin marketing an 11" diameter vtol flyer with no tail rotor, no countra rotating props, no exposed rotor blades, no counter rotating rotors, and in fact no moving parts at all.
The is step one of our five step business plan culminating in safe, dependable, low cost, low maintenance, vertical take off and landing vehicles for personal and family use.------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Its not near as dangerous as standing outside of the prop diameter, to me. i don't have flight, yet, but I do have ground testing at www.video.me. Search 'arbroker' without the quotes.
The reason I believe my concept is unique is the applications I list are not in existence as far as I know.
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