It was developed by Franky Zapata of Zapata Racing.
The nozzles under your feet put out 90% of the propulsion and allows movement by tilting your feet and tilting the Flyboard. The nozzles on the hands put out 10% of the propulsion and are used to help stabilization much the same way as ski poles.
Find your balance and you will be flying like a bird or swimming through the water like a dolphin!
Between 5 to 20 minutes are needed to learn the basics of the Flyboard with an instructor. It takes about 3 hours of training to master the maneuvers and understand the operation of the Flyboard.
Then you will be able to take off from water and enjoy your Flyboard for hours! Find out more at: http://www.rmflyboard.com.
Flyboard is going to be at the Utah Boat Show February 7th - 10th at the South Towne Expo Center in Sandy. For more information on the show, please visit: www.utahboatshow.com.