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Schlagwort: Magnets

Eine magnetische, modulare Murmelbahn für die Wand

Luke Clifford von Deep Make Designs hat mit Infinity Trax eine sehr hübsche magnetische Murmelbahn entwickelt, die auf Metalloberflächen wie Whiteboards oder Kühlschränken haftet und als Bausatz verkauft wird. Jedes Teil der Kits besteht aus lasergeschnittenem Holz und bietet eine Vielzahl von Möglichkeiten, wie die Bahnen ineinander gesteckt werden können.

There are 17 unique tricks and track sections, so there are endless creative ways to solve this uniquely challenging and rewarding puzzle. Perfect for those with active minds. …This is a DIY Kit, with track pieces taking around 5-20 minutes to assemble.

Auf etsy bietet er Infinity Trax in drei verschiedenen Größen an.

(Direktlink, via Laughing Squid)

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Magnetenkollisionen in Slow Motion

Bitte kurz die Entspannungshaltung einnehmen und innehalten.

The collisions between magnets are amazing, these shots in slow motion were made at 1000 fps, what do you think?
The clash between the red balls and the big magnet looks like the nanotechnology armor of ironman who wears Tony Stark in the last Avenger movie :)

(Direktlink, via reddit)

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Nebel in einer Seifenblase und ein schwebender Kreisel

Dustin Skye macht interessante Experimente mit einem schwebenden Kreisel.

Taking it to the next badass level. This is a Levitron. It’s a top that floats due to magnetism and gyroscopic stability. The wooden base contains a large ring shaped magnet that repels the top which is a small ring shaped magnet. The spinning top creates a gyroscopic effect that prevents it from flipping over in the large magnets field. The tray and hoop are items I made. The fog comes from an electronic cigarette (E-cig) that I modified to create fog with pure glycerin. I’ve installed a line to the tray with which I add a small amount of propane to the bubble dome. The top falls shortly after I light the bubble dome on fire because it’s made of neodymium. Neodymium magnets produce weaker magnetic fields as they are warmed up and stronger magnetic fields as they cool down.

(Direktlink, via RBN)

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Superstarke Magneten zerstören Dinge in Slow Motion

Da sollte man wohl eher nicht die Fingerchen zwischen stecken.

Watch as two super-strong neodymium magnets jump together in slow motion, destroying a variety of every day items. Will it squash, smash or explode? See how an apple, an iPhone, a plastic cup full of rainbow drops and a carton of juice stand up to the awesome power of two 50mm x 50mm x 25mm N42 neodymium magnets.

DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME. This video was recorded by trained professionals in a controlled environment.

(Direktlink, via Devour)

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