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Back to the Future - Hoverboards

Back to the Future - Hoverboards

Back to the Future, Part II presents a hoverboard that Marty McFly "borrows" to escape.

The first real hoverboard was created in 2015 by Arx Pax. The company invented the Magnetic Field Architecture (MFA) that provides levitation of a hoverboard.

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