At first glance, the Eos Triton looks like an egg, but it's actually a one-wheeled commuter car for the year 2025. Malaysian designer Priyanka Martin is behind the Eos Triton, and has envisioned this self-driving vehicle using gyroscopic technology to balance itself as drivers navigate through downtown traffic.
See more images of Priyanka Martin's Eos Triton above. Would you ever ride in an egg-shaped car?
Implications - The modern industrial world is obsessed with development and the future, two concepts which influence the release of products that may have once seemed unimaginable. Industries most influenced by this drive towards futuristic technologies are the transportation and automotive industries, which are both eager to show buyers that the possibilities for technology are never-ending.
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