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A longboard that generates its own electricity through two dynamo’s in the rear axles and
stores it right away into a powerbox. It weighs only 12-16 pounds, can go 40 mph, has regenerative braking, and can go 10 miles before recharging. In addition to being a lot of fun,it is also a great last mile vehicle, which allows more people to use public transportation.
The remote prototype features a working bi-directional, spring-loaded speed control wheel and hidden, ergonomic dead man switch. The compact design fits well in either of the user's hands,
and features an easy to read palm display of remote and skateboard battery life.
hong ik university
Incheon-si, South Korea