The Ferrofluid Magnetic Display is a Mesmerizing Desk Toy

By: Wes Walcott - Published: Sep 27, 2012 • References: thinkgeek & gizmodo
From the creative minds at ThinkGeek comes another utterly addictive desktop toy: the Ferrofluid Magnetic Display. Taking inspiration from the ferrofluid art project 'Protrude, Flow' by Japanese artist Sachiko Kodama, each Ferrofluid Magic Display contains two ounces of a secret ferrofluid solution as well as some magnets for you to play around with.

Ferrofluid is a magnetic liquid made up of microscopic ion particles that have the ability to form three-dimensional patterns when in the presence of a magnetic field. Although usually only used for scientific presentations and demonstrations, the Ferrofluid Magnetic Display is now available for all. However, a word of caution before you decide you make your purchase: you might not be able to stop yourself from gazing in hypnotic wonder at the seemingly magical properties of this wonderful liquid.

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