Two-wheel transporter will transform into smart sidekick

Since rolling onto the scene in the early 2000s, Segway hasn't been afraid to make modifications to its self-balancing two-wheelers in search of other practical applications. Loomo is the latest to be wheeled out and sees the Segway take the two-tone form of both mobility option and robotic assistant, with autonomous roaming features and an ability to recognize and respond to human behavior... Continue Reading Segway's Loomo transporter does double duty as a robot Category: Robotics Tags: Robot Segway urban transport Related Articles: $800 Kiwano K01 monowheel electric scooter ticks all the boxes BYD SkyRail launched in Yinchuan, China's "smart city" blueprint BMW proposes congestion-busting elevated roads for zero-emission commuting Bertha breaks through: World's largest boring machine completes tunnel under Seattle

Two-wheel transporter will transform into smart sidekick

So what is the I-didn't really-need-it-but-how-do-you-spell-cool gadget would you like to buy next? A two-wheeled transporter to get around town? A personal assistant to order around town? ...

Wed 7 Mar 18 from TechXplore

Segway's Loomo transporter does double duty as a robot

Since rolling onto the scene in the early 2000s, Segway hasn't been afraid to make modifications to its self-balancing two-wheelers in search of other practical applications. Loomo is ...

Tue 6 Mar 18 from Gizmag

This is what the Loomo Segway robot looks like - CNET

It's called Loomo and it's part Segway and part robot buddy. You can ride or have it follow you.

Wed 7 Mar 18 from CNET

Loomo aims to be part Segway and part R2-D2 - CNET

It's a scooter and a robot with a lot of possibilities.

Tue 6 Mar 18 from CNET

Segway's Loomo is the robotic hoverboard nobody asked for

Hoverboards are ridiculous. They serve no purpose other than signaling that your laziness is only outpaced by your willingness to spend disposable income on fad gadgets. But if ...

Tue 6 Mar 18 from Engadget

Segway's latest robot will follow you around then let you ride it

Loomo has sensors for dodging obstacles, cameras for facial recognition, and deep learning AI tech. It's also a nifty way to get around.

Tue 6 Mar 18 from Techradar

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