Levitating objects with sound might make for a fun demonstration, but this innovative technology has serious and potentially life-saving uses. Our video looks at the latest applications for sonic manipulation, from holographic displays to novel treatments for kidney stones.
Read more: https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg25133520-800-weve-mastered-acoustic-levitation-and-it-is-surprisingly-useful/
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