Two back-lit viewing cells containing a ferro-magnetic fluid constrained between closely-spaced pieces of glass are mounted on a small table. Initially looking like a blob of black ink, the fluid morphs into a convoluted pattern of lines when a magnet is held against the under-side of the table. Moving the magnet causes the patterns to change. The intimacy of the small table promotes conversation between two seated users.
Charles Sowers 2003
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