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A gigantic suspended tuned mass damper, or hanging ball, takes up four stories inside Taipei 101 (the world's third tallest building) and works to prevent the building from swaying and/or falling over. The 730-ton sphere is visible from the observation deck level of the tower, formerly the world's tallest building.