Brunswick Throbot

There’s an intense amount of physics that goes on in bowling. An asymmetrical weight block at the center of the ball, it’s sliding and revolving across a surface of oil on the lane, the rotating/wobbling weight block fights the gyroscopic forces and then rolls over causing the ball to hook. The balls are also pushing the oil around on the lane surface, so bowlers will be adjusting their targets and using different balls to match the changing lane conditions. This robot can precisely dial in trajectory and revolutions and speed, they use it to test new bowling balls, drilling configurations, and oil patterns!