Google co-founder Larry Page has invested millions of dollars in two start-ups that are developing flying cars – an engineering pursuit that’s becoming increasingly common thanks to advances in materials and technology.
Dozen companies worldwide are working on flying cars, with Page spending more than $100 million on Silicon Valley’s Zee. Aero and also funding a firm with a similar goal called Kitty Hawk. Zee. Aero employs around 150 people, Bloomberg says, and its plans have included developing a prototype flying car capable of taking off and landing vertically.
Proposed concepts for futuristic modes of public transportation also include the hyper loop levitating tube train, which Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk has envisioned as an open-source project.
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