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The World’s First Levitating Turntable

The World’s First Levitating Turntable

MAG-LEV Audio visually enhances the experience of listening to vinyl records by levitating the platter. By joining our love for music with careful integration of technology and high-range audio components, we’ve created a turntable of the future for the medium of...

MAG-LEV Audio visually enhances the experience of listening to vinyl records by levitating the platter. By joining our love for music with careful integration of technology and high-range audio components, we’ve...

I Capture My Falling, Tripping And Levitating Friends

I Capture My Falling, Tripping And Levitating Friends

No one was hurt while making these photos, I mean, a few bumps and bruises but who's counting. When I first started shooting photos I had no idea how to use photoshop and I had a passion for levitation photography...

No one was hurt while making these photos, I mean, a few bumps and bruises but who's counting. When I first started shooting photos I had no idea how to...

Levitating Light Bulb That Works Without Being Screwed In

Levitating Light Bulb That Works Without Being Screwed In

When Simon Morris was 16 years old, he dreamt of having a hover board. He became so fascinated with magnetic levitation that he began building his own prototypes with magnets. 15 years later he had managed to make everything from Nike...

When Simon Morris was 16 years old, he dreamt of having a hover board. He became so fascinated with magnetic levitation that he began building his own prototypes with magnets. 15...

Japanese Scientists Created A Device That Can Move Objects In Mid-Air With Sound

Japanese Scientists Created A Device That Can Move Objects In Mid-Air With Sound

Engineers from The University of Tokyo and The Nagoya Institute of Technology, have recently introduced a three-dimensional mid-air acoustic manipulation device. The device uses only sound waves to actually levitate millimetre-sized particles and move them three-dimensionally. Surprisingly, the process is absolutely...

Engineers from The University of Tokyo and The Nagoya Institute of Technology, have recently introduced a three-dimensional mid-air acoustic manipulation device. The device uses only sound waves to actually levitate millimetre-sized...