https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOzRzmfh884 Unlike other CVTs that use belts or steel balls, this is obviously not friction based therefore it should be more efficient and be able to withstand higher torques without any risk of slippage. The main problem that must be solved is the trepidation that appears in the transmission. I think that using 2 such mechanisms in parallel working in opposite directions would cancel out the forces generated by the rod movement and by the bearing oscillation. I'm also not sure about the durability of the roller clutch because it would have to take billions of high torque couplings. What do you guys think?