from the make-it-dance dept
Last week you got to see four projects, so hopefully you banked that extra one, because this week we're going with just two. However, they're both projects involving ferrofluid that are perhaps competing with each other. I could only find two live ferrofluid projects, and that made it easy to figure out what was on the list this week....
- First up is the well-named Ferrocious, which not only shows you ferrofluid in action, but it also responds to music and dances around within the device.
- The second one is also a ferrofluid display, but the NeoDrop interactive display definitely has a much more polished look to it, even though it (like the simplified Ferrocious device) relies on hand held magnets to make the liquid do its thing.