former 1966 honda P25 scooter becomes a 360 degree surveillance system former 1966 honda P25 scooter becomes a 360 degree surveillance system
mar 31, 2014

former 1966 honda P25 scooter becomes a 360 degree surveillance system

‘1966 little honda P25’ scooter by chicara nagatais is actually a 360 degree surveillance system
all images © chicara nagatais

 

 

 

renowned japanese motorcycle builder and artist chicara nagata has collaborated with a security equipment manufacturer to create an unorthodox 360 degree surveillance system for security show in tokyo: a modified 1966 honda P25 scooter. the former moped receives a full aesthetic transformation with a telescopic frame, a series of mounted HD security cameras from sony and a complete suspension overhaul. while the bike is fully functional – it only reaches a top speed of 30 km/h and has 1.2 horsepower – ‘little honda P25’ was mainly designed to be installed in museums halls, building entrances, hotel lobbies and storefronts.

1966 honda P25 motorcycle designed as a 360 degree surveilance unit

 the new surveillance system a byproduct of a modified 1966 honda scooter

1966 honda P25 motorcycle designed as a 360 degree surveilance unit

1966 honda P25 motorcycle designed as a 360 degree surveilance unit

 the bike has four mounted HD security cameras from sony that captures 360 degree video footage

1966 honda P25 motorcycle designed as a 360 degree surveilance unit

1966 honda P25 motorcycle designed as a 360 degree surveilance unit

 while the bike is fully functional, it’s fairly slow ( it onlyreaches a top speed of 30 km/h)

1966 honda P25 motorcycle designed as a 360 degree surveilance unit

1966 honda P25 motorcycle designed as a 360 degree surveilance unit

 the bike features a custom built 1.2 horsepower engine

1966 honda P25 motorcycle designed as a 360 degree surveilance unit
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[h/t] megadeluxe

  • I want it

    bobdimych says:
  • Does anyone know how I can acquire this power pack?

    Pete weller says:
  • Nice wheels 🙂 Don’t get that survaillance thing.

    Rex says:

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