Swifter than Japan’s Shinkansen bullet trains, a hyperloop is a magnetic pod floating inside a tube that moves at an average speed of 1,000 kilometers per hour. Watch this video at Business Insider to learn from Josh Giegel, co-founder and CTO of the Virgin Hyperloop, about how the technology aims to reduce your travel time. The technology aims to bridge the time gap between work and residential areas. Thus, it would create a world with less crowd and pollution. The tube accomplished a successful human test ride in November last year. The technology will become a living reality after a decade.
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