There are games like this, but it’s like table soccer, with a floating disc which levitates because there’s air pushing it up.
But, yeah, theoretically, it could be done. It would be very tough to make it, but could be done.
3. How much would it cost?
A the first ones would cost a huge lot, but prices would come down eventually. Would cost more than a regular snooker table anyway.
4. do you think anybody would buy it ?
The New Rich ™ people buy everything that’s both i inovative[/i] and i expensive[/i] (especially if it’s also i tacky[/i]). I would rather play this kind of thing in a snooker bar, but yeah! I think people could actually buy some of these to have home.
It wouldn’t have to be pucks. I think a ball would stay up just fine, because it isnt air thats holding it up- its magnetic.
“Although since there would be 0 fricyion against the surface”
There still some friction against the air.
I agree it doesn’t have to be pucks as it is magnetic but why does it matter whether there is no friction or not, if when you bounce the ball against the other balls in the air and the side of the snookerlev table then enough friction would be caused for it to eventually stop, the only problem with this is, is it could take quite a while for the ball to come to a complete stop, unless the game rules could be changed slightly so that you can still hit the ball even if it still moving.
I hope someone understands what I mean