SALT LAKE CITY (KSL) — You won’t be flying very high with this futuristic invention, but rather the idea is to get you over rooftops and create more of a straight line to work.
There are a lot of steps and obstacles to get there, but the people behind it believe it can eventually get there.
We live in a time, where inventions can be built at home and where 3D printers, and machining devices help realize dreams.
“This particular machine has a continuous strand carbo-fiber,” Manning said. “Not very long ago this wasn’t a reality, so it’s an exciting time to be alive.”
John Manning is taking full advantage.
“And as a kid, I just always dreamed about flying airplanes, I never wanted to do anything else,” Manning said.
And he can do that now, but why not take it a lot of steps further with something smaller? They call it a personal flying machine.