A new and unique interactive desktop hoverboard has been created aptly called the HoverHandBoard, which can be guided using your hand and allow you to perform a multitude of different tricks in mid air.
Watch the promotional video below to learn more about the HoverHandBoard which has been developed by a team based in London, and offers a unique way to interact with a hand flying hop aboard drone.
The development team behind HoverHandboard explain a little more about its inspiration, design and functionality.
HoverHandBoard is a patent pending product that has taken many years to get were it is today, working tirelessly on perfecting the PCB board to integrate new touch sensor technology, gyros and making the unique air dynamic case, this is the hand-held interactive Hoverboard; A first in touch sensitivity controlled drones! You control the board with the touch of the hand, no cables or attachments, just you, your imagination and the board.
If you remember the popular 90’s toy the Fingerboard or the Handboard then skip forward 20 years and this is an Octocopter Handboard with built in gyros and sensors, the perfect companion, whether you are siting down, standing or walking along, it turns everything in front of you into a track! Touch the board and the propellers generate a strong lift that balances against your fingers, the board becomes a Hoverboard for your hand.
The board generates full lift against your hand. You can push the board down away from your fingers and regain balance when the board comes back to your fingers; kick flips, 180’s, 360’s, under objects, pass the HoverHandBoard mid air to someone to balance.
The HoverHandBoard has a built in gyro, an electronic device that senses angular velocity, this sensor provides stability and direction, helping the board balance under your hand, using your fingers to move the board you have ideal manoeuvrability to ride along, perform tricks and adjust the speed.
For more information on the new HoverHandboard jump over to the Kickstarter website for details and to make pledge by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Geeky Stuff, Top News