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I just had a go on one of those mini segways, and it seems to me that
a chair could just about fit on the top. It would need to be adapted so
that the chair arms could tilt the left and right sides.
Just perfect for zooming past the cubicles, down to the coffee pot.
Here, I've saved you the trouble of typing "Mini segway" into Google
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||There is Prior Art on this ...
||This is definitely an idea.
||I wonder if the control mechanism would work with a
chair bolted on top? Could I, for instance, just sit in
the chair while the mini segway kept it perfectly
balanced? If I leaned forward to reach across my
desk, wouldn't the machine interpret this an
instruction to go forward, thereby bisecting me
||Only if your desk has a sharpened steel cutting edge.
||...and if the executive leans back to put his feet on the
||Well he would get cuts on his ankles or on his shoe-leather, obviously.
||You made my week with that image of "zooming passed the
||<Link from a comment in Farmer John's Orb-it>.