Rejoice amputees for you may soon shed your crutches for a strikingly potent wearable commuter dubbed the Chariot. Wearable commuters do sound alien, but the Exmovere Chariot is the closest a commuter such as this has ever been. The fact that it is self-balancing and hands-free would make it a winner with amputees who otherwise find it difficult to stand and commute in the hubbub.
The Chariot can commute at a maximum speed of 12 miles per hour and the upright design ensures that the wearer can communicate just as normal human beings do. Exmovere is primarily a company that caters to sensor products, which find a role here in comprehending body movement, thus allowing the vehicle to balance.
If everything goes well for the Chariot, there are plans to manufacture a purpose oriented version in collaboration with an auto-manufacture. At the moment the fitting purpose is to assist the amputees but, even that isn’t something which can be ignored as a meager achievement.