Eduardo Galvani is head of Galvani studios and a creative thinker from his childhood. The reason for his brilliance and innovation in design and science is the fact that he was home schooled till he was 17. This was a major factor in his growth and love of science. Now he’s designed a concept of a personal helicopter similar in looks to the flying cars in the Jetsons.
Galvani envisions an age of personal helicopters where everyone is a certified pilot and cars are a thing of the past; he thinks of a future where robots greet you when you come home and the mundane chores of every day life are accomplished automatically by machines without the need to flick switches or lift fingers at all. The personal helicopter is just a single piece of the puzzle albeit the most exciting one.
It sports two seats, a couple of nifty rotors to make it fly and solar cells for power because the one thing that all futurists must do is support green, clean energy for all their ideas. The helicopter will essentially reach a top speed of 120 miles per hour and travel as far as 300 miles on a single charge.
The concept is great but the fact remains that technology like this has been constantly pitched to the public only to disappear after the future shows and exhibitions. Its always all wretch and no vomit. It never gets there as promising as this concept looks. We have to take this news with caution and not let it overwhelm by any reason.