The inventor built a walking chariot driven by a screwdriver

Whenever you need inspiration, just look at the creations of DIY inventors. These people build amazing things in their garages. For example, carpenter Izzy Swan recently showed a walking machine - a kind of wooden chariot that is propelled by mechanical legs powered by a conventional screwdriver.

In order to turn the electric drill into a drive mechanism, Izzy used a worm gear. Through a few gears, the moment is transmitted to the bizarre walking legs that push the entire cart.

Despite the “metallic” appearance of the entire structure, it is made of wood and painted with silver paint.

Like many other creators of walking cars, Izzy Sven was inspired by the work of the Dutch artist Theo Jansen, who makes giant movable sculptures that walk from the force of the wind: