Desktop levitation sans voodoo

The IFO 3000 offers desktop levitation for such items as picture frames, Mini Coopers, and alarm clocks. And, yes, globes.

Nothing says class like a levitating photo of a graduate. Urban Junkie Ltd.

Levitating TVs are nice, if a bit nerve-wracking. Levitating globes are great if you're planning world domination.

But what about in-home object levitation for the rest of us television-boycotting, non-geography-loving types?

It's not new, but the IFO 3000 fills in that gap nicely, offering desktop (actual desktop, not computer desktop) levitation for such items as picture frames, Mini Coopers, and alarm clocks. And, yes, globes. For good measure.

The IFO 3000 does not come with a wizard who makes objects levitate via witchcraft. Instead, magnetic fields are to blame for all the levitation action.

Again, it's nothing new, but I'm working around the clock to bring you all the levitation news, not just the latest. You're welcome.

[Via Chip Chick.]

 

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