The FIRST REAL Hoverboard Debuting On 21st October 2015!!!


45 thoughts on “The FIRST REAL Hoverboard Debuting On 21st October 2015!!!

  1. Annes

    300$?? when is it on production!!

  2. John

    Its junk lmao 4 high torq fans that are screaming under load. Keep trying boys this is junk.

    1. Spoodermin

      Lets read before we make assumptions on how something works and bashing someones work for it, hmm? “The principle of operation of the device is based on the Earnshaw theorem and Lenz’s Law, describing the properties of magnetic fields. Thus, you can fly on Hendo only on a special coating.” They aren’t fans, they are electromagnets that act against the coating on the ground. Throw your brain in the trash, it’s junk.

      1. Sitra

        My thoughts!

    2. Chris

      lol someone is a hater. this is in development. before you call other people’s work junk, let’s see your own.

      1. marty

        Yea if any thing this guys work will be junk

        1. Mac ( Post author )

          Everyone has absolute right to build and create whatever he or she wants. All that’s matter is developing your skills and intelligence. πŸ™‚

    3. Soapy

      You do understand what magnetic levitation is, right? Also, you spelled torque wrong, dumbass.

  3. John, its using magnetic fields and a special coating to fly on, the fans you hear are not “screaming under load” it’s how air flow works when constricted…. Hence when an air conditioner is on and you open a window in the room only slightly it squeals….Did you even read the caption above about it? Because I don’t think you did….I think your opinions might be junk…

  4. Ann

    The revolution is here!!!!!

  5. billy

    Whats the weight limit of this thing

  6. Justin

    Looks interesting, but it seems having trouble controlling where it goes….

  7. Joey

    It looks cool..
    But maybe a little height for avoiding humps.. haha.. The real problem now is CONTROL..

  8. Mark

    Wow, amazing, just think what is now possible when this prototype will be developed to device which would be suitable for other applications. Entertainment is just too obvious, like Wipeout races on special racetracks after attaching a small motor (like that used in gliders), but this could be used also in more serius applications like delivery drones of many types, or even home transport vehicles for paralized people. This can be very useful in so many ways. Basic question is, does it possible to use copper mesh instead of copper plates? If so then it would be a lot cheaper to instal in pavements, and simpler in popularization of this kind of devices. Copper mesh can be easily embedded in asphalt, but it’s even easier to just add tiny copper dust to asphalt. Other option is to use copper paint which could be sprayed on any surface, but question is if it would work with this device? Device development should go in this direction as a first and most important condition for future comercialization.

  9. mike

    Back to the future here we come you have to love it

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Yes indeed Mike πŸ™‚

  10. bradleyp

    Looks cool I darted

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Glad you like it Bradleyp πŸ™‚

  11. Anonymous

    john you are stupid!!!!!! keep trying bro, your logic is junk

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Please no insults Anonymous. Thanks πŸ™‚

  12. ed

    This looks rubbish! Good intention with it did work but this is just noisy and uncontrollable and you can only use it on special flooring waste of time! Be bored after 5 mins with it screaming.

    1. thetruth

      thats what your mum said about you!

      1. Mac ( Post author )

        Please no insults thetruth. Thank you.

  13. pete

    I think is cool I remember back to the future ll I want one

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Excellent movie Pete! πŸ™‚

  14. Brian

    This is awesome! Yes, it’s noisy, and you need to use it on a specially coated surface, but its new technology. This is how new technology works. Concept becomes prototype, prototype becomes alpha, alpha becomes beta, beta becomes release version 1.0. Then you get feedback from the general public and improve upon it in version 2.0. This is where the Wright brothers were on flight, now you buy a ticket, get molested by the TSA (jk dont put me on a no fly list plz), hop on a plane and fly at 35,000 ft at 500mph to your destination. I can’t wait to see how this evolves. Take my money!

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Totally agree with you Brian. Thanks a lot for sharing your opinion with us. Best regards πŸ™‚

  15. marty mcfly

    the implications for this are huge, many things start off being noisy such as baby’s etc but as they develop they gradually get quieter and quieter, a few people are being very negative mainly as they have no imagination, if you think you could do better why haven’t you already built your own hover board and demonstrated your prototype!, what these guys have achieved so far is remarkable and the potential for future travel is limitless, imagine this scaled up with that material used to form a road all kinds of vehicles could be developed to use it (obviously with future development and a lot of people interested in investing in the technology it will get quieter), the fact that road networks all over the world are getting worn down quicker as more new and old vehicles hit the streets and road maintenance gets more and more expensive as roads are having to be repaired more frequently, this technology would mean the vehicles would not come in contact with the surface so road maintenance will get a lot cheaper not just for governments but for the people who use the roads every day, just remember how maglev started out, “noisy and slow” now look at it “quiet and very very fast”!

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      agree with you marty mcfly. Many thanks for your opinion πŸ™‚

  16. Harry Osorio

    I can tweak it for you when the weight is on it you can minimize the high pitch sound 6314345880 if interested call me also I can provide financial backing .

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      That’s great Harry. Thanks a lot! πŸ™‚

  17. Scott

    excellent. keep up the great research gents.. all these people that can only think negatively are the kind of people that will never go anywhere. have you all learned nothing from the past? anything is possible if you can dream .

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      What’s important is to never give up and follow your own intuition πŸ˜‰

  18. Jiun

    Nice work guys. I am actually looking forward to see the final version. Of course there are things to be addressed before it becomes perfect but this is a great example how people turn a dream comes truth. I wonder the maneuverability of the board, would be great if can imitate the movement of conventional skate board.

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      We are also looking forward to see the final version of this cool invention Jiun. Glad you like it friend and we hope you will get one for yourself some day πŸ˜‰

  19. Simon

    I see the first proper trial being a specially adapted skate (hover) park. Great work guys!

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Thanks for the information Simon. Glad you like this product.

  20. Idiot

    Mainly CIA is commenting to discredit this new tech…
    you know…..

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Haha, yeah maybe they are jealous πŸ™‚ lol

  21. Rafael Thomaz

    Congrats for the work guys.
    I wish it’s coming soon, a years is in my dreams…
    I’m brasilian, and wil be glad to receive news and maybe import this product.


    1. Mac ( Post author )

      We’re glad that you like this invention Rafael. Greetings friend! πŸ™‚

  22. Manny

    Is amazing how people can make a dream from a movie come true, great job. I need one now lol. πŸ™‚

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      Well said Manny. I bet the hoverboard is a dream of many people. Now it can become a reality πŸ™‚

  23. Adam

    Wow, I wouldn’t want to be John right now. But I would want to play on that hoverboard!

    1. Mac ( Post author )

      I hope they will get it produced. I would also like to try it out Adam πŸ™‚

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