mobility robot

  • Japanese university develops Robo-Skateboard

    Japanese university develops Robo-Skateboard

    Earlier today, we’ve covered Honda’s U3-X, and now we bring you another mobility robot from Japan. What we have here is a robotic skateboard, which was developed by the Shibaura Institute of Technology in Tokyo. And no, it’s not really a fun project. That DIY Segway skateboard is about to get some serious competition. Read More

  • New video shows Honda's U3-X Personal Mobility Robot in its full prototype glory

    New video shows Honda's U3-X Personal Mobility Robot in its full prototype glory

    Remember the U3-X Mobility Robot from Honda we blogged about last year? Well, the auto-unicycle is still a prototype, but Honda has just released a new (and pretty interesting) promo video on its official YouTube channel. The company says the U3-X can run continuously for one hour on a single (lithium-ion) battery charge and can be recharged via a conventional 120-volt power outlet. Read More