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LevitatingCup floats above counters making coasters obsolete.

By 22 July 2016

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Check it out! An acoustic levitation gauntlet

If you always wanted to hover particles above the palm of your hand, this experiment is for you.

By 17 May 2016


Floating bonsai trees defy gravity through magnetic levitation

Most trees grow in the ground. Kickstarter project Air Bonsai defies the conventions and helps tiny well-pruned trees float in the air.

By 26 January 2016


Watch cars levitate -- there's a down-to-earth explanation

Technically Incorrect: In China, cars roll up to a junction, lift off the ground and spin bizarrely. A weird magnetic field? Or something more prosaic?

By 30 November 2015


What the heck's a hyperloop?

From CNET Magazine: If Elon Musk has his way, we could soon travel at nearly the speed of sound.

By 9 July 2016


Hyperloop One: New name, same goal

On the eve of an open-air demonstration of its propulsion system, the company previously known as Hyperloop Technologies changes its name.

By 11 May 2016


Levitating Mars speaker takes your music to new heights

The Mars levitating speaker features a UFO-style disc that floats above a sleek black subwoofer column. And that's only the start of its cool features.

By 3 December 2014


Check out this molten ball of metal levitating in outer space

The ESA has put a levitating furnace on the International Space Station. Getting it to work right required a bit of shaving cream.

By 26 November 2014


Self-driving cars could someday roll around on futuristic tire balls (Tomorrow Daily 328 show notes)

Goodyear unveiled a concept video for spherical tires at the Geneva motor show, and they look like they came straight out of a science-fiction novel.

By 10 March 2016


Goodyear's spherical tire concept might reinvent the wheel (Tomorrow Daily 328)

A 360-degree, magnetic-levitation tire concept that could enhance autonomous car navigation; also, a drone-centric system for replicating drawings at any scale, anywhere.

By 10 March 2016