Honda Uni-Cub: Robotic Hands-Free Unicycle



Honda Uni Cub, future vehicle, Robotic Unicycle
Using advanced robotic technology Honda has created a hands-free Uni-Cub unicycle. It is controlled with a rider’s body movements and is meant for indoor travels. The ride looks like a cushioned seat with a large front wheel and a small rear one. To stop the vehicle a rider just needs to put the foot down. So far, the Uni-Cub is put for demo at Tokyo science museum, offering visitors an opportunity to take a ride on it.
Via: gizmowatch.com
Honda Uni Cub, future vehicle, japan, Robotic Unicycle

Honda Uni Cub, futuristic vehicle, Robotic Unicycle

Honda Uni Cub, tokyo, Robotic Unicycle


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