Vaccum maker Dyson is spreading the holiday cheer with the unveiling of its unique, futuristic Christmas tree.
A team of eight researchers at Dyson's headquarters in Malmesbury, Wiltshire in the UK have carefully engineered a holiday tree with a high-tech twist.
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They've created a 12-foot-tall tree constructed with transparent hoover tubes at the base. And as air is sent up through the tubes, nine hovering purple ornaments dance in the air. A Yellow foam ball atop the tree represents its star.
The tree was installed in the company's reception area earlier this December.
The engineers, on a mission to create a tree they've never seen before and execute on it during the timeframe of one month, enlisted the help of a fluid dynamics theory called "Bernoulii's principle."
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As explained in a statement that was noted in Tech Times: "The tree uses Bernoulli's principle to suspend baubles at the end of the tree branches. Swiss scientist Daniel Bernoulli demonstrated that, in most cases, the pressure in a liquid or gas decreases as it moves faster, this is why the baubles stays (sic) suspended in the air."
You can take a closer look at the high-tech tree below: