First question here; I hope this question fits the rules well :)
So, first please see the two images below:
As you can find yourself, the eraser appears to float motionless over the register's page, with more than half of its area outside the contact area with the register. This picture has not been modified. The eraser is a normal unmodified brand new cuboid eraser found in stores.
Don't be bewildered :) This is possible; and these pictures are from my own experiment.
Question: How is this possible? Or how have I done this?
Of course, that you have to find! ;)
Please post your answer along with a picture (just as I have) of the eraser floating in air explaining what you did. Remember that the eraser has to float over a register kept over a table.
There is only one definite answer (at least, I believe there is). Happy solving :-)
So, after thinking that I could bewilder you all with my original puzzle, I am bewildered myself. I tried to be as clear as possible. First as I was told that one definite answer should be there, so I edited the question to state that just one definite answer is there to my knowledge. I clearly stated that the eraser is motionless, still I get a comment that a man is floating in air like this eraser. I tell that the eraser is unmodified, still I get answers breaking this rule. I tell that this is a real world situation, still I get an answer that the background image is tilted. People are breaking what I say. Is this my fault? And then I am told that the question is too broad so we are closing it.
I thought that I would explore some new ideas. I tried to be as positive as possible, but I guess I can't handle this much negativity. Too remove all scopes of this question being reopened, I answer the question myself:
The center of gravity is maintained by the compass with a pencil. In the rush of closing this question, none of you thought of this, which I thought would be too easy for the genius people here.
Thank you everyone. and Good bye.