Designing the hoverboards of the future is not easy, of course there is nothing good in life, is it now? Think for a moment what is needed. For a teenager who ditches his skateboard and goes for a new high-tech hoverboard, it is well spectacular and has a great performance. Consider whether you want the barriers that engineers and designers have to overcome;

Air resistance
Gravity
Maneuverability
Hard soil
Necessary speed to excite the rider
In terms of air resistance, we can excite the rider at speeds less than 35 miles per hour, as skateboards currently do not run much faster than it does anyway, when they are, it is either pulled behind a car, going downhill or crashing as it falls back to Earth from a radical skateboard ramp. Thus, number one can be overcome. Gravity can be beaten by proper use of airflows, aerodynamics, ground cushion, low pressure and perhaps aeration thickening strategies.
Once we have good physique to solve these problems, we will rely on the rider's ability to maneuver the hoverboard. In fact, this will require experience and skill and some further consideration of the physics' deflection of relative wind, lift and board aerodynamics in different positions during transition flight.

Now how much performance is needed now? We know from high speed motorcycle racing that no matter how much power you give a human being, they will always have more power! However, we have weight limitations that are not seriously concerned about floating technologies in the soil pad, but become very severe when getting off the ground. Blowing 1-2 kg of low pressure under a glider can lift incredible amounts of weight.

So it seems that the hoverboard is a potential technological threat to the skateboard, and we can find that in less than a decade it will completely replace it. https://www.officialhoverboard.co.uk/

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