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CanguRo takes its name from the Italian word for kangaroo, but this particular robot prefers to roll than hop.
Unveiled this week in Japan, the three-wheeler is part autonomous assistant and part self-driving mobility vehicle.
It’s the creation of Shunji Yamanaka from the University of Tokyo and Takayuki Furuta of the Future Robotics Technology Center (fuRo) at Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan Trends reports.
As an assistant, CanguRo can follow you around, carrying heavy loads such as shopping to your home. But if your legs get tired and you’d prefer not to walk, a tap on the accompanying app will prompt the robot to quickly transform into a mobility vehicle that’ll transport you to your destination at a gentle speed of 6.2 mph (10 kmh).