Remember Marty McFly’s hoverboard in Back to the Future? You will love this!
Check out the video of skateboarding legend Tony Hawk trying out a real-life hoverboard and read more about it here. Video credit: Hendo Hover, YouTube, Sterling Communications
The hoverboard is pretty cool – and has foot pads for traction on top and four hover engine housings underneath for lift and stability. There is also 1 inch of ride height for taking on hover-ramps.
It’s all to do with what has been titled Magnetic Field Architecture by the man leading the development of the technology, Greg Henderson.
His company Hendo Hover ultimately thinks this technology could have profound implications about the way communities are built.
The potential, according to the company’s website, is to “to build structures in such a way that, with a flip of switch, they can be literally lifted out of harm’s way, so that the potential ravages of earthquakes and floods and rising sea levels will no longer hold sway over the inhabitants and occupants”.