13.05.11 by Jeff

Inductance

“Inductance” by Physalia Studio. Fun with a giant electromagnet.

inductance by Physalia Studio for F5 RE:PLAY Film Festival

Watch the video below!














Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Feliks Isaksen

    This has to be one of the coolest things I have seen. Not just this year, or this month. But in my ENTIRE LIFE!

    I love these guys!

  • Nathan Duffy

    When i saw this on motionographer i was speechless.

  • Rain

    This is like a childhood dream.

  • Ramon

    Sorry Guys it is a Fake.

  • Biggie

    CGI

  • AMAZING!

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  • Feliks Isaksen

    If this is fake I’ll cry.

  • MAGNETS DO NOT WORK THAT WAY! GOODNIGHT!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZQg8JKo_3ZQ

    • bahaha

      • Zac Benloulou

        mint

  • Nathan Duffy

    Bummer but still great.

  • arenaa

    fuckin magnets, how do they work?

  • That’s amazing ! Now, please dudes make the same thing with a kind of space suit to make people drifting 🙂

  • Tommy

    I don’t see how everyone is calling this fake already. Did the artists say that? My roommate made a levitation device that worked on a much smaller scale, but in a similar manner.
    http://to-assemble.tumblr.com/post/1170877955/no-magic-here-still-needs-to-be-stained-with
    I’m pretty sure this is real too.

    • keenan

      well, it’s done by an animation firm if that tells you anything.

  • porkchop

    wouldnt want that thing around all the computers

  • not a fake! all they would have to do is power the electromagnets inside the balls in staggered stages, so that they’d pulse on and off (and so go up to the magnet and fall back down) in rotation like christmas lights. The result would be a kind of cascading slow-mo pillar. booya, naysayers.

  • lapetitefaon

    mesmerized





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