Segway's Loomo transporter does double duty as a robot

Since rolling onto the scene in the early 2000s, Segway hasn’t been afraid to make modifications to its self-balancing two-wheelers in search of other practical applications. Loomo is the latest to be wheeled out and sees the Segway take the two-tone form of both mobility option and robotic assistant, with autonomous roaming features and an ability to recognize and respond to human behavior…
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