SEGFAULT, A HOMEMADE SEGWAY

This scooter was built on the small budget of a grad student with a family. The total cost was under $300, over an order of magnitude cheaper than the real Segway.

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I am feeling a little off today. How about turning me on? The switch is on the back of my neck.
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