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Magic Cube

A magnetic levitation floating platform, which rotates prism cubes, objects and objects on prism cubes. Its powerful magnetic technology creates a stunning visual presentation by suspending and rotating a prism cube or object in mid-air. As the prism cube rotates due to the magnetic field, an embedded green laser illuminates the surfaces of the prism cube to produce a spectacular light show on the surrounding walls within the prism cube and objects on the prism cube.

Rating
9.4/10
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Ashley Timms
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Dimensions
15.24 x 15.24 x 7.6 cm
Weight
2.26 kg
Floating Disc
56 mm
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Dale Rorabaugh
Review from Kickstarter
@Jerseydevil. Generally you can keep the magnet part on but not the laser. If some reason the magnet is left on and overheats it has a circuit that turns it off and, of course, the magnet will stop levitating. Glad you like it.
Jerseydevil
Review from Kickstarter
I am so pleased with my Magic Cube. (And as a previous backer of one of Dale's other Kickstarter projects, I can vouch for how well-run his KS projects are run). I just set it up my Magic Cube without any problem. It's sitting in my office at work and as per the instructions, I don't have the laser on all the time. However, I'm curious: can I leave this plugged in all the time with the magnet floating? Or is there a chance the device could overheat? I'd be grateful for any guidance you can provide. Thanks!
Dale Rorabaugh
Review from Kickstarter
@Benjamin Ard - Cube has been sent. Will resend your tracking information via pvt message.
Benjamin Ard
Review from Kickstarter
I filled out the survey with my address, but haven't received my cube yet. Looking forward to using it. Let me know if you need anything else from me.
John H. Halpern, M.D.
Review from Kickstarter
Got mine yesterday and sweet it is! It is VERY easy to master disk placement: I use 4 fingers (one placed at each quarter turn) and gradually withdraw or push toward the center, using the lights as a guide.
What a show!
Well done!
Dale Rorabaugh
Review from Kickstarter
From Anna Pieres: WE DID IT!!!! My father-in-law figured it out!! We were doing it too high:) Thank you! It's awesome!
Dale Rorabaugh
Review from Kickstarter
From Anna Pieres:
Thank you Dale! I"ll show this to my husband. Perhaps he can get it after reading this. We've been trying every day for a few minutes at a time. Apparently we're useless!! I'll keep you updated.
Dale Rorabaugh
Review from Kickstarter
Anna
Don't concentrate on the LED lights and use the feel system that I put in the instruction, i.e. No tug centered. Use the foam pad and hold it with your for fingers and thumb. You will “feel” the pull of the disc magnet to the left and right, back and forward moving the disc to the position where you don’t feel the “pull”, release your finger and thumb quickly and it will float in a stationery position. The instructions really don't say that the LED goes off as you lower the magnet. You probably don't have the right height. The LEDs go and off when you move it to the left right of the four coordinates. You need to be patient and keep trying it. Remember to keep it elevated and you will feel the "tug" and it will be levitated. As with anything it takes practice. Look at the video on the campaign to see what I mean but in your case use the foam pad on top of the mirrored acrylic top.
Anna Peries
Review from Kickstarter
Hello - Just received my Magic Cube and have been so excited to try it out. The whole family has taken turns to try to get the disc to levitate to know avail. I did notice that the instructions say that as you lower the lights on the stand will flicker off if it's too close. That isn't happening - all four lights stay on throughout. Is there a video/pictorial to look at to make this easier? Thanks!
Tyler Ryan
Review from Kickstarter
What is a stand then?
Dale Rorabaugh
Review from Kickstarter
@Tyler Ryan - If you're referring to the stand as in the aluminum enclosure that you see in the photos - yes it does include it.
Tyler Ryan
Review from Kickstarter
Wait then how do the cubes levitate?
Dale Rorabaugh
Review from Kickstarter
@Tyler Ryan - No, the $169 pledges does not include a stand.
Tyler Ryan
Review from Kickstarter
I noticed that the 169 dollar pledge does not say it comes with a stand does it? The more expensive pledges says it comes with a display
Trogdor
Review from Kickstarter
Looks like somehow preview comments made it into the project. Hence all the deletes.
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