We’re sure that everyone listens to music, but if you’re looking for a way to enhance the music listening experience visually, then move over visualizers because the Ferrocious might be the new way to go about that! What is the Ferrocious, you ask? Well a tube containing a substance called ferrofluid is the visual aspect of the invention and is what actually moves while your music is playing. However by itself it does not really react to the sound the way the video above implies. Instead it is thanks to an electromagnet placed on top of the sculpture that reacts to the music, thus causing the ferrofluid in the tube to move according to the sound coming from your music.
The Ferrocious will be able to receive sound via a built-in microphone, or a 3.5mm audio jack in which you will be able to plug your mobile device, like a smartphone or tablet. Granted the Ferrocious is not the most pretty of gadgets, but for those who like the “raw” look or who are more enamored by its features rather than looks, you can head on over to its Kickstarter page to learn more about it or to pledge your donation. So, any takers?
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