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Featured Image: Aeromobil Version 2.5, a flying car prototype from Stefan Klein, a designer from the Slovak Republic. The wings fold back to make the flying car fit on the roadways. It also runs on automotive gas (Photo: Aeromobile)SOURCE: GizMag.com
There is a saying in flying: “If it looks good, it will fly well.” Stefan Klein, a designer from the Slovak Republic, has announced the first flight of his Aeromobil Version 2.5, a flying car prototype he has been developing over the last 20 years. This vehicle is a strikingly beautiful design with folding wings and a propeller in the tail. But will its flight capabilities match its looks? . . . Read Complete Report
Featured image: This is the first public flight of the Martin Jetpack. It took place at AirVenture 2008 in Oshkosh. The pilot is Glenn Martin’s son, Harrison, , 10:01. CREDIT: martinjetpack. Uploaded by McGeddon. SOURCE: Wikipedia Commons. (This file is licensed under the Creative CommonsAttribution 2.0 Generic license).
The jetpack, inspired by TV shows such as Thunderbirds, aims to allow ordinary people with no specialist pilot training to fly.
A jetpack prototype developed in New Zealand can undergo manned test flights after aviation authorities gave its developers a flying permit.
The chief executive of Martin Aircraft said the certification was a significant milestone in the development of the jetpack, which the company hopes to start selling next year. . . . Read Complete Report
There are definitely a lot of daydreamers and big thinkers out there, showing off their 3D renderings of inventions that “ought to work” – if they were to actually exist. It’s understandable, therefore, that many readers reacted with skepticism when we first reported on Lit Motors’ C-1. The designers of the fully-enclosed electric motorcycle claimed that it would be able to stand up on its own, thanks to electronically-controlled onboard gyroscopes. Well, while there may not be a C-1 in a showroom near you just yet, the folks at Lit have indeed succeeded in building a functioning prototype of their vehicle. We made the trip to their San Francisco workspace, to have a look for ourselves. . . . Read Complete Report w/photo gallery