This is a two part video. The first part of the video shows you a bunch of people playing shoverboard, a combination of hoverboards and shuffleboards. However, if you skip to a little less than halfway down the video you will see some of the process involved in creating hoverboards, the interesting part. Yet another fantastic time spent with Bre Pettis and Make Magazine.
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I'd like to see them do that on water, I dunno if it'd be a solid enough surface though
So.. Could You Explain How To Make The Under Side A Little Better, I Didn't Catch It From Your Video.
heres what im thinking, two cars side by side, a large rubberband and there you go a hover slingshot weeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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