The hunt to assemble the first hoverboard that will function much like the one in the thriller movie - Back to the Future is an on-going desire of many technology lovers. The competition is on to arise with the technology and idea to create a real life edition. Lately, at the On the internet Think Tank, a young up and coming celeb, Christopher Freeman from Indiana speculate the subject:
What about a Battery Motorized Hoverboard?
Perfectly, we understand that batteries weigh a lot, but using a ""hovercraft"" kind approach, the bodyweight is not a large problem, if you can trap the air and handle onto it. Hovering on a flat surface assists, but you cannot conduct many techniques or you reduce your air underneath. There might be a means to fix that difficulty with an expandable cloth and some floor impact soft landings.
Probably, you could apply a battery system, the lighter the better. Although, also realize that the electric motor scooters are several 400 kilos and solely able to do what an 60 cc electric motor can perform. Currently then, it does not get very much power to blow Two Lbs of reduced tension under the hoverboard, so you do not need a lot of power. If you use the ram oxygen from the ahead push to assist, next you need less power and possess more hovering capacity as you go faster, helping you to move marginally increased. The huge matter is when you let the air escape it is like a giant waste gateway and the hoverboard will land.
There have been hover-cars made that can go decrease the road at 60 mph, an old NASA skyrocket researchers created one once and he utilize to commute it around the Valley, a Los Angeles suburbia in the 1960s. Essentially his hover-car, appeared like a little flying saucer, had little scrubbing on the ground as they do not hint the ground, but his had wheels underneath for stopping and directing.
Consider on a skateboard we want to get air, but if you are purely looking for a skateboard to work like a hovercraft, certainly we can build one and utilize some excess steps to create it perform, although, will it be exciting to drive, can you accomplish tricks? But I imagine John is onto something here, why not make a battery powered hoverboard, you will want one too.