Anti-Gravity Ball By MIT

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It’s a floating metal ball, but together with the new interface that researchers at MIT have developed It’s capable of doing some extraordinary things. Not only can it hold a lot of weight and compensate for things like people touching it. It can also move the ball in complex patterns with the computer, as well let you move it around yourself. To accomplish this it uses an infrared optical tracking sensor a projector and a very strong electromagnetic field. It can accurately simulate orbits and is therefore perfect for making a floating 3D simulation of the solar system. It’s called the ZeroN. Check it out!

Anti-Gravity Ball By MIT Opens New Dimensions


Johny (John-Erik) Krahbichler is the CEO and main author of Gadgetzz, since 2009. While Mr. Krahbichler's expertise is in consumer electronics, his true passion is science´, and educating the world about the universe we inhabit. Check out the non-profit Scientific Literacy Matters Currently Johny is using his experience from covering trade shows such as the CES, to work with trade show exhibition marketing.

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