The Shane is a striking two-wheeled electric car that looks like a bumped up hoverboard with humungous wheels

In a world where tech innovations continue to shape our future, Shane Chen, the inventor of the Hoverboard, has unveiled his latest creation. Dubbed “The Shane” this two-wheeled electric car concept is set to redefine mobility and revolutionize our urban transportation landscape.

The Shane was officially unveiled today, creating an instant buzz for the radical approach in design. It is crafted to accommodate four passengers and this concept car is nothing like anything seen before with a humungous wheel proportion compared to the body.

Designer: Inventist

Chen’s exciting journey in designing the blueprints of the vehicle began with the idea of merging the agility of a two-wheeled vehicle with the practicality of a car. His innovation combines the compact nature of an electric scooter with the convenience of a four-wheeler, offering a unique solution to urban congestion and environmental concerns. By the look of things, there is no steering column in the vehicle, and directional changes are made by altering the speed at which both individual wheels rotate. These wheels can rotate in place allowing for immaculate parallel parking skills.

The vehicle’s design showcases the perfect balance of form and function. Its sleek, futuristic exterior makes a bold statement, while the interior is designed to offer comfort and style to its passengers. The Shane not only embraces cutting-edge technology but also takes aesthetics pretty darn seriously.

One of the key features of this concept car is its eco-friendly credentials. Operating solely on electricity, “The Shane” aligns with the growing trend toward sustainable transportation. With zero emissions and an efficient electric powertrain, it presents a compelling solution for environmentally conscious individuals. The adaptability of this uniquely shaped vehicle is another notable feature. Its compact size allows for easy maneuverability through congested urban streets. The vehicle can be charged quickly, making it a practical choice for everyday commuting.

Shane Chen’s creation will attract the attention of experts and enthusiasts alike, with its potential to transform the way we navigate our cities. It provides a glimpse into the future of urban mobility, emphasizing sustainability, innovation, and efficiency. This two-wheeled electric car concept serves as a reminder of the power of design and technology in addressing the most pressing issues of our time.

Two-wheeled autonomous robots are designed to keep your premises secure

Having a human patrol the premises that you want to protect is probably the most common security protocol. However, it is still not fool proof and is prone to error and may cost you a lot if you pay an agency or the security personnel directly. Installing security cameras is also another option but can also be expensive. So if you’re going to spend a lot, why not spend it on a robot?

Designer: Ascento

A Zurich-based company has come up with the Ascento Guard, a robot that can patrol your premises autonomously but with more features than your surveillance system. It is a two-wheeled guard that is able to spot intruders, check on doors and windows, monitor the premises, and record property lights. Once it detects an unusual incident, it sends an alarm so a human can go to the area and do what needs to be done. So yes, human intervention is still needed.

The robot comes with thermal and infrared cameras to record and detect incidents, speakers, a microphone, and GPS tracking. It can run at speeds of up to 5 km/hour if fully charged. It has two large wheels and a robot-looking body that seems to have eyes that can stare into your soul. It is equipped with a fall recovery feature so that it can easily move around all kinds of areas and terrains. It can also weather any kind of, well, weather as it is water proof.

As mentioned earlier, there is still a human element needed in case of an incident. So don’t worry that robots like these will eventually replace actual guards. But it is an alternative or a supplement to your security system if needed. I’m still scared that things like these will eventually become our overlords but hopefully companies like these have thought of ways to make sure that the robot uprising will not happen anytime soon.