Have you ever imagined flying a skateboard in the middle of town like Marty McFill? “Back to the future2“? A person was seen” floating “on an American street Social Websites, Shows that this is not a distant dream.
“This man lives in 2030!” Video posted on Twitter titled, No special effects trick. The man is actually standing on a drone.
Others have commented that the man-floating object resembles the villain’s flying saucer, Dundee Verde. Picture “Spider-Man” since 2002.
On Twitter, the person who posted the video clarified: This is a drone, a product of a technology company called Omni Hoverboard.
On its website, the company makes it clear that its purpose is to accurately take hoverboards out of fiction and bring them to reality, and make them fly with the impetus of eight impulses.
So far, the longest aircraft on the Omni Hoverboard is 275.9 meters long, which has been recorded by the Guinness Book of World Records as the so-called “record book”.
In this video, you can see how a man manages heights above several trees with one of the company’s drones:
The hoverboard was also used in the final of the 2017 Portuguese Cup, which was the preferred mode of transport to carry the ball to the referee:
If you want to take the test yourself, you have to wait a while. Omni drones are not yet open for sale to the public.
But, according to the DMJet website, it will not be cheap though. According to sources requested by the website, this real life hover board will cost around US $ 20,000, which in the current transition will cost R $ 108.7 thousand.
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