MIT Creates Amazing Anti-Gravity Ball

Thomas Nelson | HigherPerspective

What if materials could defy gravity, so that we could leave them suspended in mid-air? ZeroN is a physical and digital interaction element that floats and moves in space by computer-controlled magnetic levitation.

The media lab at MIT has created a metal ball which is capable of anti-gravity feats. The ball has been named ZeroN and puts a significance in manipulating technologies in a considerably more advanced way.

The strong magnetic field that moves the ball is controlled by a computer along with an optical tracking system and a projector that are used to make the ball move around. Jinha Lee, the head of the project, has said that this anti-gravity ball could be used in various ways, like by projecting our solar systems and even manipulating the controls of physical motion into digital motion.

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