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Desc:Ball-pit jellyfish
Category:Arts, Science & Technology
Tags:CG, SCIENCE!, levitation, also their balls are huge, ball pit
Submitted:fluffy
Date:05/19/11
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Comment count is 11
Thundercougarfalconbird
also their balls are cgi
ToucheTurtle
The movement looks decidedly unlikely some fairly light objects being attracted by a large magnet. Also, there's something about the production style and the oh-so-cool people pictured that convinces me that it's not real.
the_clencher
Either it's fake or they have invented an extremely powerful, yet very compact magnet.

fluffy
it's almost like there wasn't a CG tag

Goofy Gorilla
Someone had a theory that they were installing micro controllers and corresponding electro-magnets in each ball, but then I looked up what this studio really does and decided that, while that might work and be a nifty idea, it was probably cheaper and easier to just animate.
kingarthur
It's too bad. What all ball pits needed in childhood were invisible electromagnetic monsters.

Urburos
I was really amazed at first, but after watching it a few times I was disappointed that it's only cgi.
Oscar Wildcat
Sorry Fluffy, the only way around Earnshaws Theorem is by spin. QED
thirteen3seven
In my heart it's real, and I'm happier for it.
Robin Kestrel
So it's fake. It's still cool.
numb
I dislike the music in this video.
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