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  • ArcaBoard

    December 28, 2015

    Why is something considered a “Hoverboard” candidate only if it has a visible gap to the ground? Why not a Hoverboard that’s essentially a small hovercraft, complete with air cushion skirt? Are hovercraft not hovering? That would still give it the ability to move on all surfaces, including water, which Marty’s Hoverboard couldn’t do. Better yet, add a fan to the back, like an airboat, and never have to push with your feet.

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  • Chris T

    December 28, 2015

    Everyone in the video is completely delusional, and undoubtedly suffering permanent, irreversible hearing damage. Using a leafblower for a few minutes a day without protection will ruin your ears. This thing has 36 unshielded motors that are more powerful. Playing soft piano and waffling about freedom like a 13 year old poet, they’re trying to make you forget you can probably hear this thing in the next suburb.

    Come out saying “Hey, we made this cool thing, it’s pretty useless but still neat!”, I got no problem. THIS video portrays the makers as lying scammers or seriously clueless.

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