California-based tech company Aerofex has released a video of it new bike, which flies over the ground thanks to two large fans. Test flights so far have been limited to 30 mph, so while it might not be ready for a high-speed chase through the forest, it still makes me this of Luke and Leia on a hover craft race in Star Wars on Endor.
The 9 Strangest Flying Robots from the World’s Biggest Drone Show | 4. The Eturnas D, a semi-solar-powered drone from DII, has a seven-foot wingspan and weighs just 10 pounds. Solar-powered drones aren’t new, but integrating them into new frames is an ever-evolving art. The Eturnas can fly for six hours at 27 mph or 1.2 hours at 45 mph. [The Future of Drones: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/drone/ Drones for Sale: http://futuristicshop.com/tag/drone/]
Moller M 400 Skycar interesting. It is a 4 passenger skycar and cruises at 275 mph. Is a prototype personal VTOL aircraft – a "flying car" – invented by Paul Moller who has been attempting to develop such vehicles for fifty years. Wikipedia Top speed: 330 mph (531 km/h) Length: 19' 6" (5.94 m) Share and Enjoy! #asiandate