Viewing Magnetism in 3D

May 03, 2019

After years of trying to come up with a way to "see magnetism" in 3D SuperMagnetMan has finally developed it. This video is great for anyone from scientists to artists. Being able to see magnetism in 3D is significantly better than seeing it with the little viewing film. Now you can truly start to understand magnetism and how magnets interact with the world around them.




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