This is the Uno. Aside from its looks, what sets it apart is that rather than coming from the darkest Honda garages or the research labs at Triumph, it was created in the workshop of Ben J Poss Gulak, an 18-year-old high school kid from Canada. He learned engineering from his grandfather, and has always tinkered.
Tinkering is a mean word for the Uno. The smog he saw at a recent trip to China (he is in the Canadian science team, which competes in international fairs) inspired him to start work on a compact electrical transport solution, and this is it. Frame is made from angle iron, supported by mountain bike wheels, driven by electric motors.
It has two gyros, one for forward and backward movement, the other for turning. Like a Segway, to go forwards, you simply lean forwards. To slow, you shift your weight back.
There's a big story and loads of pictures about it here.
(Thanks for the spot Gary!)