Antoine Kerfzhan: Looks like sand or a little mud would take that out?
M Ibanobu: It`s efficient, the last thing we need... (It will take time for this to
catch-on with our current demand based economy.)
pmay222: im asleep already. . . cobber
1111MANA: Does it come with vibrating seat for the ladies.
Thomas Blakeslee: I want one of these too!
dave smitt: Wow your voice is a cure for insomniacs.. Ive only listened to 3 minutes
worth and I almost fell asleep.
C Klein: Ummm walking down the street to get coffee is really that hard you can't do
long distance travel with a hands free Segway
Dhragonfly: but will it hold more than a 90 pound Asian?
Abdi Adam: this is how the automobile were introduced to humans. walking in doors is
the only exercise most of us has got left. Don't take that away.
loglolol: What would happen if it was hacked...
Yen Tao: Recorded in a toilet.
Garrett Vandenberg: Unnecessary reverb is unnecessary...
Debby Johnson: Too slow and awfully expensive looking. It looks like a bomb from a cost
perspective. Good try, honda, nevertheless. A good concept.
aznpanda510x: 7:44 i'm like hell no. that crap look painful.
DaryxFox: I sit on my ass all day eating junk food. I am so skinny, I can feel my
ribs. My point is: don't believe the lies everyone (including so called
"doctors") are spreading; "obesity" is the result of a persons metabolism,
which is genetic, not caused by how someone eats or exorcises. Although,
people with low metabolism probably need to exercise more than, say, me.
ahgoon69er: another reason for people to get fat
enemay: This video was ahead of its time.
5yuser: just get up and freaking walk!
Aeon Flex & Rell Raccz: you'd think after landbreaking inventions and discoveries such as the
capacitor and electromagnetic induction, the use of oil to power
electromechanics would have been a rendered a pipe dream. But once again
humanity got Tesla'd
LtSurge659: I'd rather have four wheels or hovering technology. And storage space.
Gordon Kraft: America! WAKE UP!
cabrialab: Not all technologies are practical or useful at first but as they are
continued to be refined and improved they become increasingly useful. At
this point these are probably only useful in an officr setting.
outforsushi: I see all this as gimmick. Its not even practical. Its so slow and travel
short distance, that I might as well just walk it or ride on a bike
Ryanbob1542: Did he mention the part about how much of a twat you will look like riding
Joel Rene Cano: I know I'm 3 years late in seeing this, BUT is it just me or is this truly
one of the coolest developments in personal transport you've ever seen!
Honda's self-balancing U3-X electric unicycle
Philip Rowney: Great vid showcasing one device, but, showing some cool insets
#ecotransport #segway #handsfree
ztarrfect: Really... hmmm.. it isn't at least a bit freaky?:P
Angelo Basile: Take my money!
roidroid: what you say about cars and heavy engines is right on. I've never even
thought about the base requirement for only one wheel, sounds right. I'm
thinking of these as possibly all-in-one vehicles that can go faster, thus
driver protection in a high speed crash. This may be a valid reason to
extend the size of a vehicle (depending on it's top speed) - to fit in
crumple areas. They don't need to "crumple" of course, they could just be
some shock absorber system, perhaps fold-out pistons.
robmanueb2: Good to see some advancements in transport. I do see a problem with the U3X
wheel picking up stones and debris and jamming. Not sure if they can get
around that apart from sticking to clean surfaces.
ztarrfect: am I the only one who thinks this voice is spooky ?
Alan Foos: Rada rada, but this was three years ago. How about pointing out how far
things have come... or have they?
WillTocaJr: screw this. where are the jet packs?
king van king: Love it.
CODORC: Didn't realize the movie Wall-E was so prophetic
TurnipTruckSurvivor: So do you guys think we'll just keep evolving technology until the point we
have no legs perhaps no arms, or will we have entire bodies replaced with
just enough tech to keep a human head and brain alive, or hell will we be
able to upload our brains entire content into an artificial brain thus
living for ever.
yamyam60: The commentator actually talked me to sleep.
Al in SoCal: Wow!!!! This is great, can't wait to see this tech in 5 years ... or even
TPYXIDIS: I know my friend ~
TPYXIDIS: it's not like your nurse just come lift me and take me ..
DeadlyDad: For those who put down these 'last mile' solutions because walking is
better for you, you are forgetting that walking, though good exercise,
takes /time/, and, for many people, time really *is* money. For those
people, a way to cut non-productive time in half without tiring them out
makes a *LOT* of sense. (If you are in charge of a factory that covers 16
acres, that golf cart isn't a perk, but a /necessity/.)
HouseFallenDragon: I would classify this as a "vehicle" meant solely for semi-pedestrian use.
Kind of like a bicycle, but with a motor & only one wheel. I'm also not
entirely sure bringing anything onto it other than yourself would be a good
idea, because nothing was said about the X-3 being able to adjust for
different loads. Giving it pedals to recharge the battery defeats the
purpose of having a battery in the first place, unless the pedals in
question only work to charge it & don't do anything to the motion of
TPYXIDIS: nothing new with wheels and axels here
Travis32k: Lazy way forward.
hr1100: The transistor and the integrated circuit (processors), all of which make
this Honda thing possible.
clairebeach1: WHEN IS THIS AVAILABLE AND HOW MUCH?
Mook aton: I love ignotrant people too.
Honda's self-balancing U3-X electric unicycle4.8
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