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Simple magnetic levitation
posted March 5 2011 20:24.02 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Magnetic levitation is always impressive, mostly because a magnetic field is invisible, but the effect of it may cause paranormal to the eye phenomena. Here is a very simple magnetic levitation system. An IR LED with two receivers is used to determine the position of the object, and start or stop the magnetic field accordingly. Full documentation can be found here.



[Via: pyroelectro]    [Link: uzzors2k]
Tags: magnetism   electronic project   physics   diy   led   
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