Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Paladin, May 28, 2010.
French Artist Builds Actual Working ‘Back To The Future’ Hoverboard
So close & yet so far....
Hot damn, do want. Even if it's just a novelty gimmick, that's one hell of a conversation piece.
That's amazing. Give me one, nao.
Although judging by how close I got to crippling myself on a normal skateboard, this could be very dangerous.
I'm not even remotely impressed. It's just sitting there, floating an inch above a designated area. Can it move? Can it be used elsewhere? Can it support the weight of a grown man? Wake me up when you can answer these questions positively.
No Mattel logo = no sale.
5 years from now(or less) they could have a fully functional hoverboard able to support human weight and fly fast.
Still astounded at thin it is.
Come on Zemeckis, you got less then 5 years. Stop messing around with those CGI people and get this done!
It doesn't need to support the weight of a grown man, only the weight of a McFly.
That's neat! I want one so bad.
I want it!
I'd be perfectly happy if it could support the weight of a remote control or a beverage.
"Hey guys, have you seen the tv remote anywhere? Oh, that's right; it's on my ... hoverboard."
That would be heavy.
Everytime I watch Back to the Future 2 I get depressed. Where the hell the flying cars, hoverboards, Nikes that tie themselves, jackets with blowdrying systems, hydrating pizzas, and 3D Jaws ads?
I'm mean c'mon! It's 2010 already!
Great Scott, it would.
Just being able to say that would be worth the price alone.
There's that word again,heavy.Is there something wrong with the Earth's gravity in the future?
Be patient youngling,it is the year 2015 that you seek,all will come in time.
All kidding aside,that is pretty damn cool.
Do want one, nao.
Thanks for ruining my day.
So he embedded some magnets in a skate board and more on a stand....yay?
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