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Watch rocket fuel morph with magnets to make this stunning piece of artwork

This interactive sculpture is called a Rize Spinning Ferrofluid display and is made using rocket fuel. A magnet creates a field and the nanoparticles in the fuel stick together, making formations spin and morph. The artwork can be bought now on Kickstarter for about £80. Produced by Leon Siciliano Join the conversation about this story »
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