The Hendo hoverboard turned out some time a year ago. It won’t not be much the same as the one in Back to the Future II, however in any event Tony Hawk rode it. Additionally, it appears Hawk is assisting with the following form of the hoverboard.
How can it function? The Hendo motor uses electromagnets that deliver changing attractive fields to connect with a leading surface. Essentially when these electromagnets change the attractive field that delivers an electric current in the metallic surface underneath the hoverboard. This electric current at that point creates its own particular attractive field to repulse the hoverboard electromagnets. Despite the fact that the thought appears to be direct, it’s hard to inspire it to work, in actuality.
Why is it magnificent? It’s unmistakably a skateboard that drifts. That is really magnificent.
Where does it miss the mark? The essential issue with this hoverboard is that it just drifts over a directing surface. On the off chance that you put this over water, the electromagnets would even now make changing attractive fields yet without an electric channel beneath it there would be no shock. The other little issue is that it doesn’t ride like a skateboard. Ideally this can change with the assistance of Tony Hawk.