The Uni-Cub β balances itself and changes directions based on the rider’s body movements like a sitting segway.

Japanese automobile maker Honda has come out with a newer and smaller personal mobility vehicle that rights itself and changes direction based on the body movements of the rider or as controlled via the accompanying app.

Uni-Cub β is a compact-sized personal mobility device that features a comfortable saddle-style seating, the maker's proprietary balance control technology, and the Honda Omni Traction Drive System, which is the world's first omni-directional driving wheel system. The system makes it possible to move forward, backward, laterally and diagonally — movements that people can do while walking.

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