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Arcaboard

ArcaBoard is an electric commercial hover board developed by ARCA Space Cooperation. It is powered by 36 electric ducked fans., is capable of transporting a person weighing up to 110kg (243 lbs), and has an endurance up to 6 minutes. It is designed for entertainment and personal recreation purpose. ARCA first unveiled their product on December 24th, 2015.
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Lexus Hover board

I had a pretty good idea of how Lexus' hover board works from day one. Now Lexus has dropped a video that explains the science behind their recent hover board stunt, and its exactly what i expected. But it's also still really, really rad.

The Lexus hoverboard uses a superconductor suspended in a magnetic field to stay afloat. That mist coming out of the side is in fact due to liquid nitrogen having been pumped into the thing to make all of this possible. And yes, it needs a specific kind of surface below it. It's a simple concept.

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IO HAWK

A self-balancing two-wheeled board, or self-balancing electric scooter, also commonly referred to as a hoverboard, it is a portable type, rechargeable battery powered scooter. They typically consist of two wheels arranged side-by-side, with two small platforms between the wheels, on which the rider stands. The device is controlled by the rider's feet, standing on the built-in gyroscopic, sensored pads.
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Air Wheel

A self-balancing unicycle is a type of unicycle, that is an electric vehicle, that uses sensors, gyroscopes, and accelerometers in conjunction with an electric motor to assist a rider with balancing on a single wheeled vehicle. As of 2015, several models were commercially available. A self-balancing unicycle is a type of unicycle, that is an electric vehicle, that uses sensors, gyroscopes, and accelerometers in conjunction with an electric motor to assist a rider with balancing on a single wheeled vehicle. As of 2015, several models were commercially available.
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Hoverboard

A hoverboard (or hover board) is a levitating board used for personal transportation, popularized by the Back to the future film franchise. Hover boards are generally depicted as resembling a Skateboard without wheels. During the 1990s there were rumors, fueled by director Robert Zemeckis, that hover boards were in fact real, but not marketed because they were deemed too dangerous by parents' groups. These rumors have been conclusively exposed. The hover board concept has been used by many authors in various forms of media.
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