Segway Loomo AI Powered Self Balancing Transporter Doubles as a Personal Robot

Segway has unveiled Loomo, its latest AI powered self balancing transporter, and it doubles as a personal robot. Want to learn more about the creation? Let’s keep checking.

Segway Loomo AI Powered Self Balancing Transporter Works as Personal Robot

The Loomo is an advanced AI powered electric transporter that measures 12.20″ long by 22.44″ wide by 25.59″ high abs weighs approx 42 lbs. As we can see from the images, the Loomo has a similar appearance design with Segway miniPRO, and it features a pivoted LCD screen wire built-in HD camera on the knee control bar.

As a high-performance self balancing transporter, Segway Loomo is powerful enough to deliver a top speed of 18km/h and up to 22mi riding range. Meanwhile, using advanced motion control system with disturbance rejection and quick response techniques, the electric scooter can ride smoothly in various surface types like mud, grass, bumps, slopes and other uneven surfaces.

Segway Loomo AI Powered Self Balancing Transporter Works as Personal Robot

More importantly, the self-balancing transporter works as a personal robot powered by Intel Atom Z8750 quad-core processor, and comes equipped with LCD screen, 1080p HD camera, ultrasonic sensor, two infrared distance sensors, 5-microphone array, and several other touch sensors in order to achieve many intelligent features including facial recognition, gesture analysis, obstacle avoidance, intelligent planning, auto follow and more. Furthermore, the personal robot can also cheer you up and entertain everyone around you. Using its custom app, you can remotely control it and interact with your family members. Apart from these, continuous update will bring mods new features to the smart self-balancing transporter.

The team behind Loomo is raising fund for the product on Indiegogo. We can pledge $1399 to preorder the mini transporter. It will be shipped in May 2018.

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