A student at the Tel Aviv University’s Superconductivity Group School of Physics and Astronomy demonstrated his ‘quantum lock’ levitation technique at the annual conference of theĀ  Association of Science in Maryland, US.

A frozen magnet, cooled with liquid nitrogen hovered anywhere in the magnetic field, seemingly locked in position. It was even able to spin around a strack, locked in any position you would put it in, even upside down!

This technique could lead to great innovations in transport.

Here’s the video:
Quantum Levitation – YouTube.

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