In other hover-news, this is the $100 Levitron Revolution. It can levitate any object that fits on its hoverdisk and weighs less than 12-ounces. How? Magicmagnets WIZAAAAAARDZ!
According to the manufacturers, "The Levitron automatically compensates for changes in weight by making up to 1,000 corrections per second to the electromagnets contained within the base."
Are you thinking what I'm thinking? "Buy 80 and build a hoverboard for your little brother?!" Wow, it really is like you and I share one big, retarded brain. To my basement workshop! "This...is your bedroom." I'm getting under the covers!
This is 'The Bat', a magnetically levitating computer mouse designed by KIBARDINDESIGN. It does everything a regular mouse does plus levitates and probably cost 100x more. Still -- rich people. Hey Bill, have you seen my new hover-mouse? 'No Mike, I haven't. But why the f*... / Continue →
This is some French guy making a little superconductor train out of a bunch of magnets and a cup of magic potion. I have no idea what's in the magic potion but that won't stop me from chugging a whole chalice in the hopes of floating. Plus, it even works upside down which is ... / Continue →
The Lounger is a $9,600 floating chair that will be on display at Britain's Stuff Live gadget show this weekend.
Inventor Keith Dixon, of Sussex-based Hoverit Ltd, said he was inspired as a child by the anti-gravity Landspeeder vehicles in the "Star Wars" films.
"The sensa... / Continue →