Those big blades that go in circles. They will totally remind you of huge electric fans. Except that they have not been designed to help alleviate you from any kind of heat. Instead, these huge ones are known to help propel this kind of water vehicle through, you guessed it right, the water. And if you have seen much of that television show CSI: Miami, you can definitely get the whole description of the water vehicle.
This special vehicle is
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Isn’t it great how far we’ve come along with the technology that come in cars? I mean we have cars that run on electricity, power from the sun, and even vegetable oil. Now we have cars that actually go on land and in water-it’s actually been around for a while, but people are always wanting to improve it; kind of like how people are always improving computers.
These cars are called Amphibious Cars and have been used mainly for warfare.
In this video we cover the building of a concept hovercraft. Having never built a hovercraft before this should be a good learning experience. The craft will feature to motors and esc’s, one motor to push the craft forward and one motor to lift the hovercraft off the gound on a pocke of air.
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