Nothing is cooler than Redditor We-Make-Projects’ Arduino-powered sonic tractor beam!
Levitation has long been the domain of stage magicians, charlatans, and fiction, but there are technological means of achieving the same result. Aside from aircraft that could be considered to be levitating on air and boats that do the same on water, the most common examples of levitation in real world are maglev (magnetic levitation) trains. But you’ll probably never be able to build your own maglev train in your backyard. You can, however, experiment with acoustic levitation. We’ve seen a handful of notable acoustic levitators here on Hackster, but nothing is cooler than Redditor We-Make-Projects’ acoustic levitation wand that makes them a modern wizard.