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I guess you could steer by simply swiveling your directional vanes clockwise to go right, counterclockwise to go left.

Like this:
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This is nothing but imagination, cool but unrealistic, it's a futuristic concept that will never happened. I love the idea and effort in every single way possible but this is nothing but eye candy.
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It could totally work with the right avionics.
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Originally Posted by shineon2011 View Post
This is nothing but imagination, cool but unrealistic, it's a futuristic concept that will never happened. I love the idea and effort in every single way possible but this is nothing but eye candy.
Did you look at the video I posted? That's more unbelievable and it worked. And that was the 1960's.
    
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post #95 of 120
Oh wow, didn't even notice those rudders on the bottom.
post #96 of 120
Lol this gets better gas mileage than my pickup!
post #97 of 120
I really want one of these, thinking about asking for it as a graduation present . Also, as far as licenses go this is classified as an ultralight, so you do not need a pilot's license to use it legally.
post #98 of 120
that looks soooo bad ass.
post #99 of 120
@ $40,000 this is a huge fail...

Why? Thunderstorm or heavy winds and your toast...

A heavy wind would send this thing spinning out of control, throw rider, and that would be the end...

Not to mention forget taking your kids on this...

I can already see the lawsuits, so you be better just can this project now...

Purely an enthusiast item.... Will never see production, if the inventor is smart...

I could see this for a 2 seat car with 4 of those spinning fans, but we already have the helicopter...

Obviously, that's going to be a lot harder to create & will most likely never see production either...
Edited by _GTech - 6/13/11 at 6:53am
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post #100 of 120
I'm still waiting for my hoverboard. Darn you Marty McFly!
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