All-killed Bowling Ball Hack from NASA Engineer

Whatever the game, whatever the genre, we always have ways to hack or cheat to make the playing process simpler and easier. But hacking even bowling in real life like the two guys below is true that very few people can do: No matter how much the ball is thrown, how strong the force is, it will surely be a strike.

The author behind the great invention in this bowling village is Mark Rober – former NASA engineer and James Bruton – a toy designer with many years of experience in the profession. Instead of spending years practicing, the hegemony duo on here put the gray matter for dedicated bowling balls. It throws always hit and can adjust the direction, trajectory of moving according to the wishes of the player to get absolute score in just 1 single throw.

To come up with this bold and unique idea, Mark and James had to split a normal bowling ball out to see how the horizontal nose and nose were made. Despite being a perfect sphere, the design inside this ball is not symmetrical at all. That allows the player to use many techniques of turning the ball, swirling the ball to create throws with perfectly curved trajectory, unpredictable (of course it also needs a lot of practice, not as simple as the theory is.).

Based on this structure, Mark and James have upgraded their balls to a new level. Specifically, they replaced the entire ball gut with an electromechanical device from the Star Wars BB-8 toy attached to a vertical pendulum. This device can move back and forth inside the ball, creating an asymmetry and drawing perfectly curved orbits.

On the other hand, players need to wear a dedicated sensor to control the bowling ball. It sounds complicated but actually they just need to lean left and right to move the ball at their own discretion, easily knocking down all the ki on the runway. The replacement of the ball of the ball also makes the bowling ball significantly lighter, allowing anyone to comfortably play without having to worry much.