One of the problems is that making these videos require a lot of time. This video is 6 minutes long, but I guess it was at least a week of work, perhaps more
Also, I am clueless about imperial units (or rather, I make a conscious effort to not convert them...).
As am I. I had a laugh today when I stumbled across an interface in Siemens medical software that requires patient height and weight. I could enter ‘metric’ or ‘U.S.’ values.
My scales has three settings, which I respectively think of as metric, US and British: kilos, pounds and stones+pounds.
This just made me realize that hydraulic couplings could be (and are) used for continuously variable transmission systems :)
Some prime examples: Babbage's Analytical Engine, the Norden bombsight, the Mark 1 Fire Control Computer, etc.
That there are over a half dozen systems all functioning simultaneously further blew it. :-)
If the torpedo changed direction due to wind or waves the forces of the wheel cause the torpedo to bank.
This is then detected by a pendulum which sets the course straight again.
Also, you reminded me, using the release of wound cables to de-spin a satellite. Very analog.