Electric unicycles are used by hobbyists and daredevil racers. Manufacturers are tapping into the personal mobility market with a two-wheel machine with no handlebars called a powered unicycle.
Future of electric unicycles seems to either be fueled by popularity that could grow more in coming time or declining interest as the novelty wears off and people don't see the point of it anymore.
Unicycle companies are increasingly sending out emails to solicit consumer opinions about electric variants of both Segways and unicycles.
Segways are controlled not just by feet, but also with hands and upper body weight shifts. They have the capacity to take a rider from one spot in an arena to another without subjecting them to the noise, congestion and tilt required of more conventional methods of transportation.
The power that enables these maneuvers is found in its electronic unicycle feature. It allows for quick movements without posing any threat to an unprotected human operator and can simulate movement on Slinkies rolling stairs for lower legs exercise benefits.
Today's approach won't help people who want unicycle training without all these things that come with it: use cases have become more constrained, expensive, complicated and meddlesome due to the responsibility of accessing one’s own electricity.