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The best part about the Segway craze is that it's now over. It's time for a ballin' new form of personal transportation like whatever the heck this thing is. Created by fabricator Izzy Swan, this machine is a strange mix of Segway and AT-ST. It uses a cordless 20V drill and homebrew gearbox for propulsion. The leg motion was reportedly inspired by was inspired by Theo Jansen's Strandbeest. What's more, it can reportedly hold up to 370 pounds though, according to Swan, "You should see this thing get down and boogie with just one of the kids on it. It moves pretty quick."

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