Here’s a live demonstration of Murata Boy: The Bicycle-Riding Robot from CEATEC 2006. Just a quick refresher, it “comes ‘equipped with four types of sensors: two gyro sensors used to detect angular velocity and inclination; an ultrasonic sensor to detect obstacles; and a shock sensor to detect rough surfaces.’ Plus, it sports Bluetooth connectivity and an integrated rear camera. Video after the jump.

Here’s a live demonstration of Murata Boy: The Bicycle-Riding Robot from CEATEC 2006. Just a quick refresher, it “comes ‘equipped with four types of sensors: two gyro sensors used to detect angular velocity and inclination; an ultrasonic sensor to detect obstacles; and a shock sensor to detect rough surfaces.’ Plus, it sports Bluetooth connectivity and an integrated rear camera. Video after the jump.