Make some of the individual magnets so they can pivot and a few rotate and add some iron sheets in specific areas around specific magnets so as to be able to bend and redirect the magnetic lines of force in reference to a cam or some form of mechanical system that times the redirecting of the individual magnetic fields by the iron sheets and the levitating plate will then slowly and continuously rotate over the bottom plate while still supporting its own weight plus the weight of what ever was placed on it.
Energy is being exerted and work is being done.
Gravity is being resisted against and work is being done. The weight can be measured and the time can be measured and an equivalent electromagnetic system can be fashioned as well which can be used to accurately measure the energy being exerted to produce the same effects.
So do you consider the levitation effect and resisting gravity an exertion of energy or not?
Ahh, that's what I thought, the design looked familiar. lmeissen, your idea suffers from the simple and fatal flaw that you can't extract energy from a magnetic field without destroying it, if such a device were to actually be able to function as a generator of energy the magnetic field would have to collapse or energy would have to be supplied from an outside force, such as in the case of a REAL electric generator, where the magnetic fields are used to induce electric currents in wire, however the ENERGY actually comes from the kinetic motion of what the magnets are attached to, not the magnets themselves.
Sorry, but you're talking complete rubbish, such ludicrous ideas don't work - unless YOU can prove different, but no one else has ever done so.
thats fine so you will be using a more powerful magnet, how does this help???
at first glance i can see that the magnetic shield will be a problem, what material will you use for this??
Why not just get an already made motor/generator and leave the design up to them?
Or if you really want to design it yourself, why not look at how the other dynamos are designed. No need to start from scratch for something that was invented 100+ years ago.