April 1, 2020

This kind of magic hoverboard like this, who doesn’t want to try it one time in online casinos. In the weekend before, French inventor and adventure player, Franky Zapata, was invited to perform at Singapore F1.

Here, Zapata made all viewers gasp and applaud as they “fly” over Marina Bay on a self-invented hoverboard.

For those interested in hoverboards, Franky Zapata is not a strange name. Previously, people only knew the Water Jet Hoverboard – a kind of canoe pulled by a canoe. The use the jet of water to push players soaring above the water (“hover” means flying).

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But until about 2015, Franky Zapata shocked “when successfully built a true hoverboard” – The Conversation said.

This kit is quite compact, does not need the support of any other device or media. Through many improvements, so far it can fly up to 150m, reaching a speed of 165km for hour in 6 minutes flight time and was named “flyboard Air” by Zapata’s father.

Flyboard Air works by the jet generated from the turbine engine, which draws energy from the fuel tank (kerosene or JetB) that users wear on their backs.

According to Zapata, the most special thing about Flyboard Air is that it consists of 3 control systems, including 2 wired systems and 1 wireless backup system (using remote control).

So, if one engine stops accidentally then the other two systems are automatically activated and the device is still … flying as usual! If both systems fail, the device will automatically lower altitude gradually.

Currently the Flyboard Air can carry 100kg weight. It flew with inventor Franky Zapata flying through concerts around the world but has yet to be released.

Let’s follow the journey of this exciting Flyboard Air, maybe it will be the super cool vehicle of the future? Now let you see some more “fly like movies” of Flyboard Air.

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