Lexus is toying with our hoverboard-loving hearts.
The luxury carmaker promoted images of a "working" hoverboard -- something similar to what Marty McFly used in "Back to the Future Part II" -- but it's not for sale, nor does it work as imagined in the film. The Lexus hoverboard appears to float on concrete in a teaser video, but that's because the video was shot in a specially designed environment with magnets underneath the surface, as USA Today reports.
Hoverboards do work... when used over a special conductive surface. Watch CNET Update to learn about the levitating print on water:, a technology similar to what Lexus is showing off. And although these hoverboards don't have the power to work on water, there is another company that found a way to
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