A huge crowd turned out for its debut at the Experimental Aircraft Association's AirVenture fair in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, and cheered when the Martin Jetpack team unveiled one of the two prototypes on hand. Martin talked of his Jetson-fueled inspiration, and his desire to build something that's both safe and capable - something that anyone, not just a skilled pilot, could use. "We've got something you can strap on and fly around in for 30 seconds," he said. The total run time of the machine could be as much as 45 minutes, but the team hasn't run it for more than 40 seconds at a time yet, and they've kept it close to the ground, too, for safety reasons. Martin warned the eager crowd that they wouldn't be showing off much. He said they've done figure-8s and more, but that today's flight would be limited to an extended hover. Though he's been through ten prototypes, he said, "It's still a newborn baby."