I think it's obvious it's some sort of personal transportation. Exactly
what, I dunno.
> Well, I liked the idea about the hover board from the end of the article.
> Sounds like fun, but maybe not too practical...
> > The idea of using compressed air, stored in a light
> > container to create a kick board without wheels. The
> > bottom is a smooth surface which bends slightly to take
> > advantage of a "floor" that the base of the board
> > dances on. Speed and direction are controlled by a
> > computer which determines which small holes at the bottom
> > of the boards base are turned on and which are not. Think
> > of a typical air hockey game at an arcade.
> > No wasted energy, no special equipment and zero pollution
> > fit the descriptions suggested in the article.
> > To get a refill (re-fit buildings and cities) you simply
> > pop in a reusable cartridge and like a Co2 gun,
> > off you go flying on less than an 1/8 off the special
> > smooth surface designed assist in control.. like a hot
> > wheels track built into the surface areas.
> > The larger version would look like a small flying saucer
> > turned up side down and again fit into a special surface
> > track which is designed for higher speeds and larger
> > payloads.
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