Honda Reveals 'Personal Mobility' Device
Honda recently showed off a new personal mobility technology that closely mimics a robotic unicycle designed to help disabled people move around.
The new device, the U3-X, has a seat height a bit higher than an average person’s waistline, and riders must jump up a bit before they can put their feet on a foot rest. Honda designed the U3-X so it can move forward and backwards, sideways and diagonally.
Riders simply need to lean the direction they wish to go in, and it has a top speed of 3.7 MPH.