University Of Leicester Students Are Trying To Develop First Anti-Gravity Trousers | Wearable Technologies


A group of students at the University of Leicester in the UK have shown that it is theoretically possible to build a

Source: wearabletechnologies.co.uk

Because the device relies on creating a lower pressure than the surrounding environment, the trousers wouldn’t work in space, where pressure is already close to a perfect vacuum (negative pressures are possible in liquids, which is how very tall trees can carry water all the way up to their leaves, but gases cannot have negative pressure). The students say that a possible workaround could be to use magnetic generators rather than vacuum generators.

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