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11 ideas that went from science fiction to reality

Great read spotlighting Ramey & Schwaller’s client Arx Pax, Inc. and their innovative hoverboard technology.

From Space.com : Hoverboards - From: “Back to the Future Part II”

The Back to the Future trilogy is a highly enjoyable trio of time-traveling adventures, but it is Part II that presents the creators’ vision of 2015. The film predicted a far more outlandish 2015 than what actually happened just five years ago, but it got one thing correct: hoverboards, just like the one Marty McFly “borrows” to make a quick escape.

Although they aren’t as widespread as the film perceives, hoverboards now exist. The first real one was created in 2015 by Arx Pax, a company based in California. The company invented the Magnetic Field Architecture (MFA™) used to provide the levitation of a hoverboard. The board generates a magnetic field, which in turn creates an eddy current, which then creates another opposing magnetic field. These magnetic fields repel each other against a copper “hoverpark” that provides lift.

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Congratulations to Arx Pax Labs, Inc.

Ramey & Schwaller would like to congratulate its client Arx Pax Labs, Inc. on registration of the mark HENDO HOVER as Registration Number 5,134,102  on January 31, 2017.  The trademark is for hovering vehicles and hovering apparatuses for locomotion by electromagnetic levitation, namely, levitating boards for personal transportation purposes, hovering platforms, remote-controlled hovering platforms, unmanned hovering platforms, unmanned drones, unmanned remote controlled drones, and remote controlled unmanned hovering platforms; hover hobby kits for constructing hovering vehicles and hovering apparatuses for locomotion by electromagnetic levitation comprising hover engines, hover surface material, mounting structure for engines, and engine controllers, sold as a unit.

Ramey & Schwaller is a full-service intellectual property law firm working with an international client base from our Houston, Texas office.  We are dedicated to enhancing client results through efficient practice management, innovative technologies and the use of skilled professionals.