What's a UNO and how did it start? Canadian inventor and entrepreneur Ben Gulak is keynoting at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair 2012 (Intel ISEF). Did you know his first product playground were local science fairs? Check him out riding one of his inventions, the electric motorcycle “the Uno.” Learn more about Intel #ISEF here - http://intel.ly/JOu5vd
interesting but just on lol. its a motunocycle certainly a great design but highly not practical especially in the UK they would ban it. people would ride it stupid crazy and kill them selfs as well as others. its a bike rally have fun thing this would kill people on public roads.
I honestly don't think this is something people will buy. It's more of a cool little project, but not something people will use daily. I was fairly disappointed the Dragons didn't see it, but this really is a novelty item.
Lol, I learned about it from popsci! I knew it had more than 1 wheel, but then on a video I saw in school, someone said it only had 1 wheel, I could see more than 1 wheel in the image, and here we see that it actually have multiple wheels! ;-)
Why would anybody buy this thing after the Segway disaster?!? I just saw an old Dragon's Den and shook my head after they all got excited about it. It's no fun whatsoever riding this thing in "Segway-mode" and that's not gonna change. Cornering sucks and there's no way they can fix it, It's not out yet! After 6 or 7 years of development? That means one thing: It's way too complicated and simply a fail. There's no new technology involved. It's all about getting the software right. A few nerds will try it and that's it. Who else would sit on a joke like that? You ride around going 20mph or whatever while it looks like a real 200 mph-motorbike! I wonder what the Dragon's got for their deal. I guess he invested the money to build a factory for the Shredder. The Dragon's may not see any money from that!