Now that you've made up that batch of ferrofluid, what'll you do with it? Play with it for a while before placing it in a container to be forgotten? No more shall you have to hide away this wonderful stuff. Now you can place it on display and play with it the way it was meant to be.
I'm in the process of making the waterfall version, but I probably won't be able to finish it tonight, so I'll update this later with all the pictures. But for now I hope you'll enjoy the conception designs. This was inspired by:http://www.instructables.com/id/EMUI7PED5VEP28785W/http://www.instructables.com/id/EWMSJWI1BWEP2878DV/http://www.instructables.com/id/EV7RPFKEVSES9J5V1Y/
(Yes, I know that last one doesn't seem to fit, but when I saw the words "magnet" and "waterfall" together, this idea just popped into my mind)
Materials to build the demo version (without pump):
1. Small, but powerful magnets
2. A plastic container
3. Wire "hamster" shelf (you can also use a metal coat hanger)
4. Plastic Bag
5. Electrical tape
7. Ferrofluid (which can be found in the second link)
The ramp idea came first....followed by the waterfall design (I wish I had the time to properly make it, but this is the end of the magnet challenge. I will update this later with the real thing though. The video kind of sucks cause I didn't have enough ferrofluid to ooze through :( but you can get the basic idea)
I usually follow my design plans (or close to them), but this was a last minute idea.
At last, the site has uploaded the video.......it's below.