Ferrofluid Magnetoscope


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Ferrofluid Magnetoscope
Ferrofluid Magnetoscope


The Ferrofluid Magnetoscope, by Michael Flynn, is an exhibit component that allows cooperatively-interactive control of a levitating liquid sculpture using a pair of magnet positioning handwheels. Visitors explore the properties of ferrofluid and learn about nanoscale science. It is available for sale at FunExhibits.com



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