If you don’t fancy building your very own Raspberry Pi electric skateboard, you might be interested in a new solar electric skateboard that has been created by Center Young and aptly named the YoungBoard.
The YoungBoard only requires four hours of sunlight to fully charge the onboard Lithium polymer battery and is then capable of reaching a maximum speed of 30 km/h and offers a range of up to 16 km.
The solar electric skateboard is equipped with an electronic brake and also includes a handy USB charging cable that can be used to top up your smartphone or tablet whilst out and about. Check out the video below to learn more about this unique skateboard.
YoungBoard has this week started its campaign over on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website looking to raise €25,000 to go into production. Its developers explain more about the electric skateboards inspiration and design.
There is a huge problem of social energy and transportation issues in the moment. Air pollution and traffic congestion have become a lingering problem in everyone’s daily life. The electric vehicles must be the future solutions. We are now providing a means of short-distance transport with entertainment – solar electric skateboard.
Youngboard – The world’s first real solar electric skateboard is now launched by Center Young GmbH. By integrating the solar panel on the surface of skateboard and using our patented technology to improve the impact resistance, we bring you a brand new environmental friendly skateboard. It combines energetic independence with free and young transportation as well as ecological awareness. It will greatly improve people’s short-distance transport efficiency, and give you perfect entertainment experience.
You can simply grab it and go wherever you want to go, for example, high street, school and bars. Or you can imagine your office in nature: just grab your skateboard, your laptop, your phone and be independent….
For more information on the new YoungBoard jump over to the Kickstarter website for details via the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Top News