This site has to start somewhere...I created this forum so we can share our research and discoveries using Ferrocells. I've been building cells since 2005 (yea 10 years now). My first experiment was disappointing because I didn't see anything. Then I used a higher power light source and was treated to the first glimpse into 'bending light' with magnetism. My first mixture was too thick for LED's to shine through but over time I've refined the cells to work with any light source.
This is one of my first images. I used a 2T cylinder magnet and placed it on a Ferrocell back-lit with a small lamp.
You can see some of my experiments on the website: click here There are pictures and movies of other experimenters work, too.
I've made cells in a rectangular shape instead of circular, if that is what you mean. If you're wondering if I've made cube shaped cells, no I haven't. It would be possible to join six flat square cells (and have some way to put a light and/or magnet inside the cube) to get the form you are talking about.
It would be rather expensive to make, tho. (6 x cost)
Just joined today. I've just started researching magnetism as part of a spiritual journey, and suddenly everything around me started screaming magnetism.
I am slowly but surely piecing together what it all means. I just ordered a ferrocell "last night" (it was early in the AM hours), and look forward to playing around with it to see if I can learn anything new.
If I find anything unusual that hasn't been posted on the internet, I'll make sure to post my findings to the forum.
Greetings all (hopefully there will be many more as time goes on). I have just ordered a unit to use in my personal exploration of a better understanding of "reality". I am an Emergency Department Physician long out of University and Medical School so my physics is very rusty. I am excited about the insights that a new "conceptualization" of electromagnetism brings to the physical world. I don't know that I'll have any great insights to offer down the road but if something really pops out for me I'll post again.
I think any pix of your (and every other members) experiments would be helpful. We can learn different techniques by sharing what we do and how we do it. This technology is 'cutting-edge' in the physics world and few people understand what's going on inside this nano-metallic fog. Ferrocell users have a tool that opens the doorway into a mysterious 3-d world of light and relativity that no other device is capable of doing.
This is one of the main reasons I've made the demonstrations units affordable for the experimenter, instead of focusing on the 'pure science' arena with their stringent 'by-the-book' attitude. The group of people here are generally open-minded and seeking new knowledge. Nothing seems too crazy or impossible until it fails. Then we try something else. That's what experimenting is all about. The old saying 'nothing ventured, nothing gained' applies.
Welcome Jim and I hope to see some of your pix here someday.