Magnets

2.1.19

Watch Scientists Accidentally Blow Up Their Lab With The Strongest Indoor Magnetic Field Ever

Researchers at the University of Tokyo were expecting to create a strong magnetic field, but they got a lot more than they were bargaining for.

10.16.16

Lift Your Spirits with a Levitating Cloud Lamp

This levitating cloud light is equal parts dreamy and technologically advanced.

10.14.16

Pimp Your Records with a Futuristic Levitating Turntable

The MAG-LEV turntable is the kind of thing you'd expect to see on the wealthy side of sci-fi dystopia.

10.4.16

Lose the Lava Lamp and Light Up a New Ferrofluid Display

The magic magnetic lamp now lights up and comes in five mind-melting colors.

6.1.16

Your Eyes Won't Believe These Ferrofluid Photos

Philip Overbuary's space-age abstracts blend digital aesthetic with analog materials.

1.26.16

7 Levitating Artworks Cooler Than the Air Bonsai

Because floating mini-trees barely scratch the surface.

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10.22.15

Bullet Casings and Magnets Make Magic at a New Exhibit

If Steve Jobs was born in Mad Max times, this might be what the Macintosh looked like.

10.19.15

[Exclusive] Inside MIT's Self-Replicating Objects

When we can make objects that reproduce, what does that mean for the definition of life itself?

9.23.15

Listen to a New Disclosure and Lorde Collaboration "Magnets"

DiscLordesure probably know how magnets work.

9.3.15

You Can Now Buy the Rolling Droid from 'Star Wars VII'

BB-8, the next generation's R2-D2, fits in the palm of your hand.

6.15.15

89-Year Old Magnetic Art Pioneer Debuts in U.S.

Fabled Greek artist Panagiotis "Takis" Vassilakis opens his first-ever U.S. museum survey at Houston's Menil Collection.

6.4.15

Behold, The Programmable Robotic Zen Garden

Bruce Shapiro applies CNC machining and magnets to the ancient practice of Japanese rock gardening.

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