The company known for two-wheeled, self-balancing people transporters throws another wheel into the mix.
Dean Kamen has since turned his mind to creating a revolutionary robotic arm that's now gained FDA approval.
The latest version of Inmotion's single-person vehicle is coming to the US in the next few weeks. We give it a test-drive.
The Inmotion R1EX has a plucky attitude, a low-ish price tag, a packable form factor, and a desire to corner the personal transporter market.
Engineers at UC San Diego are testing small, mobile robotic vehicles that create virtual reality maps with temperature data that first responders can use in real time.
A designer with sports car design street cred creates a sleek, easy-to-pack electric scooter for commuters.
The Personal Rover is a new entry in the world of strange electric personal transportation vehicles. At least it's much cheaper than a Segway.
RYNO Motors showcases its foray into the very small club of self-balancing scooters with a video showing its upcoming 2013 model.
Japan's AIST lab recently showed off its version of the Segway--the joystick-controlled AIST Micromobility vehicle. It boasts an obstacle sensor to help riders navigate crowded environments.
When a Segway is too expensive and hard on your street cred, turn to the Solowheel BC electric gyroscopic unicycle. This seatless wonder is slightly less geeky and a lot less pricey.