The most prominent display at Honda's 2010 Geneva Motor Show booth featured the new hybrid CR-Z sports hatch. Nothing, however, was more interesting than seeing a live demonstration of Honda's U3-X personal mobility device.
Honda's previously announced U3-X electric personal mobility device was on full display at the 2010 Geneva auto show, the futuristic powered unicycle effortlessly piloted around the Honda stage.
At this year's Tokyo Motor Show, Honda unveiled its U3-X personal mobility device that may save some of us from the nasty habit of walking in the future.
Experimental unicycle for human travel shows off development more applicable to mobile robots.
A new personal mobility device from Honda, the Uni-Cub, lets people roll around indoor environments on a single wheel, with a footprint no wider than a pedestrian.
In an update to Honda's humanoid robot, Asimo gets faster and more autonomous--and starts pouring drinks.
Honda demonstrates its U3-X at the 2010 Geneva auto show.
On the Green Show this week, we look at the PS3 Slim's energy efficiency, Newsweek names the greenest corporations in America, and Honda's U3-X gets us up to speed at 4 mph.
Researchers at Japan's state-backed AIST lab are developing prototype robotic roller skates that automatically respond to user movements.