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Human Spider Climbs up Walls Using a Vacuum Cleaner

A BBC scientist created an impressive homebrew wall climbing system from a simple vacuum cleaner. The creator demonstrated his Spiderman prowess by climbing up the 120 feet facade of BBC Television center in the video below. He documented his experience in these videos and images.

Human Spider Climbs up Walls Using a Vacuum Cleaner

He used the suction power of a modified vacuum cleaner motor to hold his weight on the wall. The pads were able to easily hold his 170 pound body. Using this shoulder harnessed contraption, he scaled one of BBC’s buildings (he fell once because of traffic pollution on the buildings).

Human Spider Climbs up Walls Using a Vacuum Cleaner

We won’t advocate that you try this at home without proper knowledge or safety gear but hey, it’s pretty incredible stuff.

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