Designed by Italian start-up Trotta, SHOWERBOARD shoes are a unique pair of hoverboards controlled separately by a user's two feet. Equipped with 54wh batteries, each hovershoe is incredibly agile and offers up a range of 8km. The SHOWERBOARD shoes are capable of reaching a top speed of 14km/h and are fairly easy to ride thanks to integrated balancing functions. Getting on the shoes is also quite simple, as the hovershoes remain standing after being switched on, and while getting off.
The separate independent nature of the SHOWERBOARD shoes allows the skates to be much more flexible when compared to a traditional hoverboard. In terms of storage, they can be easily placed in a backpack and deployed at the rider's leisure. The hovershoes are also fully waterproof and can fully charge in just two hours.
The SHOWERBOARD Shoes are Incredibly Fun and Easy to Ride
1. Hovershoes - The creation of lightweight and agile hovershoes provides recreational and transportation value to consumers, with opportunities for further development in terms of integrating innovative control mechanisms and increased battery life.
2. Separate Independent Control Mechanisms - The independent control mechanisms for each hovershoe presents an opportunity to develop customized control systems for individual consumers based on their physical abilities, preferences, and needs.
3. Integrated Balancing Functions - Innovations in integrated balancing functions for hovershoes can create opportunities for supporting physical rehabilitation and exercise programs as well as for developing more advanced transportation applications.
1. Recreational Sports - The recreational sports industry can benefit from the production of hovershoes since they provide a unique and fun activity for consumers, with the potential for additional profit in accessories and maintenance.
2. Transportation - The transportation industry can utilize hovershoes to provide efficient and eco-friendly means of transportation for individuals, especially in urban areas with limited space and traffic congestion.
3. Assistive Technology - The assistive technology industry can build on the hovershoes' integrated balancing functions and separate control mechanisms to develop new devices that support physical rehabilitation and exercise programs for individuals with mobility disabilities.