LeviZen levitates water making use of two matching sound waves that move against each other which produce a standing wave. The wave has spots that don’t move while other parts of the wave move at an optimum level. Such non-moving areas are known as nodes. Once a water drop is put at the nodes, the water drop becomes trapped by the standing waves’ maximum shifting elements beneath and above the nodes. But just like this, we get a levitating water drop.
The particular frequency the device runs at is not stipulated, but generally, these products operate at ultrasonic wavelengths too high for the human ear to capture. The LeviZen states the device is inaudible to both grownups and kids, even though it may be heard by some animal species.
The elegant device is created with an obvious retro-aesthetic, showcasing walnut wood cases and a control box equipped with old-school buttons and a vintage display appearing like a weird soviet-era gadget. The three switches on the control constitute an on/off button, a power-level switch, along with a light switch.
The light switch triggers two LED spotlights that can light up the floating water droplet, putting a breathtaking glowing orb result to the gadget. It isn’t a particularly useful device, but it is a cool, small feature item to bring to your table or bookshelf that combines art and science.