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These days, all kinds of desktop playthings take advantage of magnetic levitation, from speakers, to gadget chargers, to clocks. Now, you can have your own personal hot air balloon that uses magnets, not hot air to float.
Sure, we’ve all got our Millennium Falcon toys, but this ship is even cooler when it levitates. Star Wars fan and model builder @HanakiMasatoshi has built a very cool floating mini-model of the Millennium Falcon to celebrate the release of Rogue One in Japan.
Apparently the hoverboard that I’ve always wanted has finally become reality. It was made by Nils Guadagnin for a Back to the Future exhibition.
As is obvious from the pics, this is a copy of the one Marty McFly rode in Back to the Future Part II.