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This may not be the first real-life version of Mario Kart, but it's the first to utilize "RFID-embedded power-up item boxes suspended over the track by pieces of rope, which allow the player to collect items like bananas and turtle shells modeled on the original Mario Kart game." Continue reading for a video and more information.

As you can see in the video, if a player gets a mushroom item, it's wirelessly activates tiny Servo motors that enable go-karts to speed up by accessing 100 percent of their throttle power.



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