Vojin Kusic house is seen while rotating by electric motors and wheels from a military transporter in Srbac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 9, 2021. Seeking to please his wife who had wished for a more diversified view from their family house, a Bosnian self-taught innovator has built a rotating house, allowing her to watch a rising sun in one moment and passers-by in the next. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Vojin Kusic house is seen while rotating by electric motors and wheels from a military transporter in Srbac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 9, 2021. Situated on a fertile plain in northern Bosnia near the town of Srbac, the house spins around a 7-metre axis designed by Kusic, with the view of cornfields and farmland changing to forests and the river at a desired speed. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Vojin Kusic house is seen while rotating by electric motors and wheels from a military transporter in Srbac, Bosnia and Herzegovina October 9, 2021. Kusic said he was inspired by Serbian-American inventors Nikola Tesla and Mihajlo Pupin, and that coming from a poor family without the possibility of a good education had forced him to look for ways to make things by himself. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

Vojin Kusic house is seen while rotating by electric motors and wheels from a military transporter in Srbac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 9, 2021. The project took six years to finish, except time off for a hospital stay due to a heart condition. The house is more resistant to earthquake damage than stationary houses, he said. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic

The mechanism of Vojin Kusic's rotating house is seen in Srbac, Bosnia and Herzegovina, October 9, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic