Theo Jansen's 3D printed Strandbeest continues to evolve with an even more elaborate walking mechanism and a centipede-like walking motion. The latest evolution called 'Animaris Geneticus Ondularis' walks on twenty separate legs that move in a wave sequence. This new configuration results in a fluent walking motion, different from its twelve legged predecessors. It incorporates 122 moving parts, showcasing the complexity of mechanisms possible with 3D printed fabrication. It is also slightly larger than its predecessors. The operating principle of 'Animaris Geneticus Ondularis' is based on one of Theo Jansen's original beach walkers, the 'Animaris Ondula'.
If we use this as the tire of the cars, we wouldn't need to asphalt all the roads, we could actually have green soft land instead of all the asphalt roads.
all we need to get the earth back is to invent a better wheel which awesome Theo Jansen's 3D printed Strandbeest to me seams to work
i suggest you should meet some people who can get help from your design and make this happen together