Someone Made a Real Hoverboard, And It Costs $20,000
Dec 31, 2015 13:07
Hoverboards are real now, but not really either. Lexus made one, but will require magnetic strips for it to operate. The fake Hoverboard you see everyone riding on, isn't really a hoverboard either. But ArcaBoard decided it should be real and they've gone ahead to make one.
It's admittedly not as stylish just yet.
But it works!
The ArcaBoard is propelled by 36 electric fans deliver over 270 horsepower that cause it to levitate up to a foot above the ground. It travels up to 12mph.
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