Just watch as object are being pulled from the liquid, it's very Terminator like!
This new liquid 3D printing method uses liquid resin, laser light and oxygen to print out things up to 25-100 times faster than traditional 3D printers.
Les Baugh made history this summer when he became the first bilateral shoulder-level amputee to wear and simultaneously control two robotic prosthetics limbs.
This is what you can do with a ball, a PID controller, an Arduino Uno, servo motors and some brains.
There was almost no footage of the hoverboard being ridden in the viral video that revealed the Hendo Hover, but this time there's a hole video with Tony Hawk testing the device.
Created by Patek Philippe, the 5175R Grandmaster Chime costs over $3m and only 7 of these have been hand-made. As stated at the end of the video, it took 7 years of development and 2 years of production.
Finally, someone built a working hoverboard. You still can't have the same fun as in BTTF but it's quite a cool first step.