Imagine yourself in this BuzzBall and going down one of the big hills of San Francisco at 40-60MPH. From the video that we can see the driver doesn’t actually rotate 360 degrees while traveling, proving the Buzzball could substitute your daily commuter to work. However, we highly recommend you get a life insurance before taking on the road with these “balls”.
Once the Buzzball is in motion the pod maintains an upright position until the pilot turns, causing the pod to rotate inside the ball against the direction of travel, which applies a braking force and the pod to lock with the ball. This causes the pod to rotate with the ball until the weight of the pilot and pod overcomes the inertia forces and causes the Buzzball to change direction.