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Author Topic: Standing Wave created allows for objects to be moved in 3D or levitated  (Read 3274 times)

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Using a speaker system researchers in Tokyo were able to move small objects in 3D by creating a standing wave

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http://www.mopowah.com

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Using a speaker system researchers in Tokyo were able to move small objects in 3D by creating a standing wave

Source and video:

http://www.mopowah.com

This experiment is more 100 years old.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kundt's_tube


 

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