The Internet can pack up its bags and go home now. Some guy dressed as a kilt-wearing Darth Vader rode a unicycle and played the "Star Wars" theme on flaming bagpipes.
BPG Motors comes to CES to show off a prototype of an electric scooter that looks like a motorcycle but folds up into a Segway-like machine for nimble maneuvering.
Honda demonstrates its U3-X at the 2010 Geneva auto show.
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.
The Uno scooter is more than meets the eye -- it's a unicycle in disguise! It transforms from a three-wheeled scooter to a two-wheeled Segway-like balancing act.
Less of a Segway clone than the Orbis, this self-balancing electric unicycle is said to be so intuitive, the average new rider just needs a maximum of 30 minutes to master it.
The SBU stays upright using electronics including accelerometers and gyroscopes with sophisticated balancing algorithms.
Out at CES we met two cycling robots capable of performing amazing feats of balance. Read on for amazing photos, and to learn how to make your own MuRata Boy. Sort of.