Toyota's i-swing: the latest in personal mobility

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Thomas Ricker
October 12, 2005 1:40 PM
Toyota's i-swing: the latest in personal mobility image
Toyota's i-swing: the latest in personal mobility image

toyota i-swingToyota's i-swing updates their concept of a personal mobility vehicle. It can travel in either two-wheel (Segway) mode when traversing a busy sidewalk or "swing" into three-wheel mode for some good ol' fashioned street racing. The i-swing has joystick control or can turn in response to body movement as if "you were on skis." As part of the proposed concept, the i-swing would use artificial intelligence to enable it "to grow, learning the habits and preferences of users" and then presumably replacing us all Bridget Fonda SWF-like.

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