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What if materials could defy gravity, so that we could leave them suspended in mid-air?
This is the question one MIT researcher is asking and could be answering with a new computer controlled levitation system dubbed ZeroN.
The visual system is similar to the kinect, using software that enables the computer to move a steel ball around in space, or a human to just grab it and move it, “overriding” the computer system and telling it where it should go. Continue reading “Defying Gravity? Object Moves In Space..Using Levitation” »
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So what happens when The Japan Institute of Science and Technology is inspired by Sony’s anti-gravity racing game known as WipEout? Controlled quantum levitation on a replica, model WipEout track, of course…
According to the video’s YouTube description (via PlayStation LifeStyle), it’s not just for fun and games. The team plans to one day “revolutionize the world of motor transport”. Continue reading “Replica WipEout track With ‘Controlled Quantum Levitation’ Powered Vehicles” »