Strollers look the way they do because strollers look the way they do. Japanese strollers are all spindly, floppy little chairs. Jogging strollers looked liked hacked up biketents. Scandinavian strollers are all grocery cart-like, outdoor sleeping tanks. A wave of $800 strollers all look like the first $800 stroller, the Bugaboo.
It's a rare stroller that breaks the dominant pushchair paradigm: the first Maclaren. The Stokke Xplory. The Chariot Cougar. The--HOLY SMOKES, PEOPLE, CHECK OUT THAT ONE-WHEELED STROLLERBARROW!
It's true, the concept of Mojoworkin's one-wheeled stroller is very wheelbarrow-esque. And the curvaceous, body-following shape is a bit like those crazy, molded plastic 10-seat strollerwagons the day-care centers use. And the canopy does bear a passing resemblance to the Italian-made TRIO tricycle. And there's a giant rhino horn sticking out between the kid's legs.
And speaking of Rhino, I think it's made out of polyurethane truck bedliner sprayed over carved styrofoam block. But if you think any of that is a shortcoming, it just means you're trapped in the old-fashioned stroller mindset.
No, the only problem I can see besides the Roast-Em-Alive color, is the lack of storage. I mean, if it's made of styrofoam, shouldn't it have an integrated drink cozy or two on the back? I guess it IS just a prototype.