Computers, sensors, and electric motors in the base of the Segway PT keep the device upright when powered on with balancing enabled. The rider commands the PT to go forward or backward by shifting their weight forward or backward on the platform. The PT uses gyroscopic sensors and accelerometer-based leveling sensors to detect the resulting changes in its pitch angle and, to maintain balance, it drives its wheels forward or backward as needed to return its pitch to upright. In the process, the rider establishes and then maintains a desired speed by modulating the extent and duration of their fore/aft weight shifts. To turn and steer, the rider shifts the handlebar to the left or right.
In China, Police have begun using Segways to patrol certain public areas, such as Tian'anmen square. Police also use them in Beijing International Airport.
TITTOYS #SF021 1/6th scale Thinking Electric Self-Balancing Scooters (model) is not an electric functioning model but a static model for use with 12-inch figures. Detailed list: Thinking car, Storage box x3, Charger, Sticker sheet. Now you can own a 1:6 scale Segway.
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You can build your own Segway mounted army / police OR
Kitbash a 1:6 scale Paul Blart: Mall Cop (Kevin James) 12-inch figure LOL