The science behind the Lexus Hoverboard explained

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  • When Lexus originally approached him about building something on this scale, he didn’t think it would work, but decided to try anyway.
  • A couple of months ago, Lexus introduced its rideable Hoverboard to the world in a YouTube video.
  • Berger and superconducting levitation pioneer Prof. Ludwig Schultz originally had plans to build a gadget that would be able to hover along a 10-foot-long track.

 

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