Anti-Gravity Platform

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Sir Isaac Newton will definitely look upon the Anti-Gravity Platform of today in amazement – after all, how can a £89.99 device keep things levitating on top of it? There is nothing quite like seeing a rotating Levitating globe right smack in the middle of your desk, and amazingly enough it doesn’t require any nefarious knowledge of the dark arts – all it uses would be a bunch of powerful magnets that will mimic the effects of anti-gravity, hence resulting in a slowly rotating globe located above its mirrored, LED-equipped base. It can also float other items as long as they are no heavier than 85 grams. Looks like a neat way to propose to your girlfriend with this, having a ring floating in mid-air, eh?

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Gadget Thumbnails for 03-Apr-2010 » Coolest Gadgets Says: April 3, 2010 at 10:02 pm

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Dude Says: April 4, 2010 at 6:47 am

I like it, but it’s a bit expensive for a bunch of magnets

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