My current project is to construct a single levitating motorized ring or rotor within a frame about 2400mm across. The rotor is about 160mm wide, and the frame about 300mm wide. I will not be fitting the components required for lateral acceleration. This will be to test for vertical lift/acceleration only. I am attempting to design something which can be added to later for lateral acceleration, if required. The rotor on this model will be only about 20mm thick as I will use the known magnetic characteristics of a single rare earth magnet between two ferrite magnets, to levitate the ring. My full design may utilize a thicker rotor more like an airplane wing, probably more structurally sound, and easily able to accommodate the lateral acceleration components. This would have rare earth magnets top, bottom, and side. A full machine would require two of these rotors, counter-rotating. The current design can also be easily modified into a dual rotor machine if required.