Great Britain's most madcap inventor jumps into his infamous work shed to design and build a bike that can fly. Well, sort of.
The US Department of Defense teams up with national defense-engineering firm Survice and Malloy Aeronautics, whose hoverbike combines the lift power of a helicopter with the look of a motorcycle, to develop hoverbike technology.
A new project to develop hoverbikes for the US Army Research Laboratory could bring humanity one step closer to a real-life "Star Wars."
Engineer Chris Malloy's Hoverbike has hit Kickstarter for funding -- in the scaled-down form of a drone.
Today we've got mood-sensing blankets, hoverbikes (no mood-sensing blanket required to guess how we feel), the Wii U's future, Space Quest, Android L, and your feedback on that space capsule.
On today's Tomorrow Daily, we discuss mood-sensing blankets on planes, hoverbikes, the Wii U's future via Luigi's death stare, Space Quest, Android L, and your feedback on that space capsule.
Put on your helmet. "Star Wars" speeder bikes are now a reality with the Aero-X hoverbike from Aeroflex, now on preorder.
Put on your helmet. "Star Wars" speeder bikes are now a reality with the Aero-X hoverbike from Aeroflex, now on pre-order.
The Aero-X hoverbike from Aerofex is slated for a commercial release in 2017 for just $85,000. Chump change, right?
This week, we attempted liftoff in the Hoverbike, got caught lying to an ATM, and whiffed the possibilities of TVs with Smell-O-Vision.