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These levitating cups 'float' in mid-air using magnets

The Levitating Cup consists of two parts - a glass and a metallic base. The glass hovers above the base via a process called "electromagnetic suspension." It means the glass doesn't touch the surface of the table. There are four different types of glasses available to buy, as well as a wired or wireless metallic base sold separately. Produced by Claudia Romeo Join the conversation about th
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Society & Culture / Men's Interest : The Awesomer

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Humor / odd : Geekologie

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