I'am on my computer all the time at work and a lot at home. So as you might imagine, there are times when the strain gets to be a bit painful...but if I'm at work, that's just too bad. So I am always looking at different input devices which might at least provide a way of using my hand and wrist differently to reduce the overall strain. THEN this came along... and I'm really glad it did!!!
Gyrobot A miniature and very charming robotic gyrocomputer Loomo from Segway has got its own page on Indiegogo and promises to go on sale this spring - the shipment of the first parties is planned for May 2018. Loomo is not an ordinary gyroscope, it's a full-fledged robot working on an AI platform. You can ride it, but it's not his only function. He is able to respond to commands, he can recognize faces, silhouettes and knows the command "for me", so if you're tired of driving, you can go on foot, having commanded Loomo to keep up and follow you on your own. The software developers collaborated with the creators of the autopilot for BMW, so the robogiroscourter can also "park" on its own. Gyroscope Robot The kid can ride at speeds up to 10 kilometers per hour and will be useful for performing various tasks. For example, you can get him to work as a flyer or a video player. Gyrobot reviews Like most "smart" things