Indeed, it’s valid. Lexus made a hoverboard. It truly works as well. Despite everything I don’t know why they did it.
How can it function? Once more, this hoverboard utilizes attractive fields. Rather than changing attractive fields from an electromagnet, the Lexus hoverboard utilizes superconductors. At the point when a superconductor is set close to a magnet, you can get a levitation impact. That is basically what occurs here. The magnets are in the ground and the superconductor is inside the board.
Why is it great? This board is great since it’s substantially littler than either the Hendo or the Omni hoverboard (in any event until further notice). It looks the most like a skateboard that additionally floats.
Where does it miss the mark? Much the same as the Hendo, this board additionally requires an uncommon surface to ride it on. It doesn’t work over water or some other surface that doesn’t as of now have magnets inserted in the ground. Another downside is the superconducting magnets. Superconductors should be extremely chilly with a specific end goal to have the suspending properties. This implies you have to include something like fluid nitrogen (- 320°F or 77K) to keep them icy. You can see the water vapor gathering noticeable all around from the exceptionally cool magnets. That gives a cool look however you would need to continue including fluid nitrogen as you ride.