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A "floating" table made of magnetic cubes [Fun science]
posted October 1 2013 12:41.27 by spic0m




The individual cubes in the Float Table appear to be suspended in the air. The effect is created by a combination of embedded magnets and steel cables, creating furniture that appears stable when still, but moves when touched.



[Link: io9]
 
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