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A high-pitched engine scream bounces from the sheet of copper as you swivel and glide your way a few feet forward.Sketches of hoverboard parks where people would rent boards and ride up and down ramps, much like skateboard parks, are already pinned to the walls.Here's how it works: Four dinner plate-sized hover engines on the bottom of the board create a magnetic field that induces a secondary magnetic field in a conductive surface, in this case copper, although aluminum – even under concrete – works as well.Henderson said the board is the most efficient way of communicating what the technology can do.
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