Magnetic Geodesic Planetarium

Hello all! Id like to walk you through my process of creating a geodesic planetarium held up with magnets and crafting wire! The reason for using this magnets is for ease of removal in times of rain or less than ideal weather conditions. This way you save time and preserve the condition of the inner…By:(…)


DIY – Magnetic Compass

A Magnetic Compass is a navigation instrument that is used to indicate the geographical cardinal directions i.e North, South, East and West as well as inter cardinal directions (north-east, north-west, south-east, south-west). It is one of the most essentials tools used by people to find ways while …By: Techgenie Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring –(…)


Magnetic Koozie

Stick your drink to just about any steel surface with this easy DIY Magnetic Koozie. Great for parties and tailgating and also includes some simple physics!Materials Needed: Strong neodymium magnets, fabric, sewing materials, koozie, and a drink ;). Choose Material–It Matters The process is sim…By: KJMagnetics Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured


Using Ferrofluid to Demonstrate Magnetic Fields

Curious about dancing ferrofluid as dark as a black hole? Of course you are! Keep reading! Unfortunately, the phenomenon of magnetism is hardly perceptible in daily life. Although magnetic field lines offer a conceptual aid for understanding, it still remains unclear how magnetic fields manifest in …By: lotsercannathan Continue Reading » Instructables: exploring – featured


Magnetic Chimes

Instruction on how to build chimes + I added my own magnetic twist to the project Preparing the Chimes I used ∅10 mm copper tubing. Copper is a soft metal which makes it easy to work with. Harder metals will produce cleaner sound, but I personally like the softer tone of copper. I tuned 8(…)