I like climbing walls, and have posted several idea variations of
them here. This is another one.
The subtext name explains itself. ie the customary knobs that act
as hand and foot holds on a conventional climbing wall are all
motorised disks of varying diameters, loci and rotation
This results in a wall where nothing remains in the same place for
long, meaning that any climber who attempts the ascent must add
timing control to their leg and arm movements. A firm hand hold
may slowly rotate out of reach, but equally, a better one may spin
The movements can be set at various levels of difficulty, ranging
from being totally static through benign, to completely schizoid.
The wall is also infinitely variable, with no configuration ever
being repeated. This means that no fixed route can be planned
and rehearsed ahead of actually begining the climb.
Good luck climbers! Ropes are useless on this wall, so there are
plenty of large pieces of fake boulders made from nice impact
absorbing foam at the bottom, to catch the daring mountaineers
as they fall.