The levitating turntable is called LEVI
A new levitating turntable called the LEVI has been created by South Korean designers Jihyo Seo and Jimin Hwang.
The turntable uses coils and electromagnets to make your vinyl records float.
As well as being aesthetically pleasing, it also enhances your listening experience, with four different listening modes offering soothing, refreshing, sweet, and bittersweet options.
Each of them adjusts the height of the platter up and down in a rhythmic pattern and alters the sound.
The playing speed is adjustable from between 12 to 17 rpm with the chick dial, meaning this is likely to give a slowed down and stretched out sound to your records that play at the standard 33 and 45 rpm speeds.
There’s no release date or price announced at this time. Watch a video about the turntable below.