Arx Pax introduced the Hendo Hoverboard last year, using four machines to float on the surface of special and now the futuristic toys have got an upgrade.
Hendo 2.0 has extended the time of battery life, better steering capabilities and the company returned to its roots with a skateboard-inspired design, as used Marty McFly in the "Back to the Future" movie.
|Screenshot of the Hendo Hoverboard 2.0. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1YXJ1R)|
The developers of these devices are still saying this hoverboard only way to get the pressure, his true passion is to build machines that are geared to different applications.
"We made a lot of improvements from version 1.0 to 2.0 and perhaps the most striking change is part of the deck," said Kyle O'Neil, an Arx Pax engineer, told the Associated Press on Monday, March 14, 2016.
"Before it was just a piece of plastic, this time we got back to the hoverboard inspired skateboard," he added.
In order Arx Pax drift machine is working, this board must be entirely above a conductive material, such as copper or aluminum that serves as a secondary magnetic field and still make high rotation when moving.
"We have four machines and now we have the ability to start static," said O'Neil.
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