1. Already Been Done in conjunction with the Sole Technology Institute present the Physics of Skateboarding featuring Kelly Hart.

    Our Physics of Skateboarding article is in no way related to the http://physicsofskateboarding.com website. Dr. Tae is an awesome guy and we want to thank him for not giving us any grief about using the Physics of Skateboarding name for our article. To learn more about Dr. Tae and his progressive approach to education check out http://drtae.org

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    The American Dollar
    Near East (Bonus Track)
    Atlas
    Yesh Music

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  2. Oxford, July, 2010.

    We were really lucky to meet NaturalMotion the computer games designers responsible for the Euphoria engine that powers such games as GTA 4 and Red Dead Redemption as well as their first title Back Breaker.

    Matt, Chris and CEO Torsten Reil talk us through the importance of physics in creating realistic game worlds and enhancing the games playing experience.

    We see first hand how they can adjust the laws of physics, often with hilarious results!

    This film has animation created in-house explaining the physics of forces and motion.

    To find out more about Natural Motion take a look here naturalmotion.com

    If you like this film then take the time to hit the like button and leave a comment!

    Thanks

    This was produced for the Institute of Physics as part of their STEM project promoting Physics education for teenagers in the UK. iop.org and physics.org

    Filmed on Canon 7D & 550D with Sigma 30mm, Tokina 11-16mm, Canon 18-135mm.

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  3. Filmed with AHMM in London.

    This film explores how architects use physics to think about the thermal performance and efficiency of buildings.

    Haydn and Louise show us the process of design from initial sketch through to complex 3D modelling and CAD to model making.

    Working on the redesign of the University of Amsterdam is a massive undertaking and they talk about some of the thermal issues they've had to deal with along the way.

    This film has animation created in-house explaining the physics of heat.

    Filmed on Canon 7D & 550D with Sigma 30mm, Tokina 11-16mm, Canon 18-135mm.

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  4. Honolulu, Hawaii, June 2010.

    We visited the IEEE Photovoltaic conference with Jess Adams a soon to be PhD from Imperial College London where she was giving the inaugural speech of the conference.

    Jess talks about the uses of Photovoltaics not only in the fight against climate change but also as a means of bringing energy to remote locations.

    We then visted Imperial College where Jess showed us the machinary she works with and how the work she does on the next generation of solar cells.

    This film has animation created in-house explaining the physics of solar power.

    Filmed in Hawaii and Imperial College London, using Canon 7D & 550D, Sigma 30mm, Tokina 11-16, Canon 18- 135mm.

    Produced for the Institute of Physics.

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  5. How does Capitals forward Alex Ovechkin score so many goals? Canadian professor and author of "The Physics of Hockey" Alain Hache reveals the science of a slap shot, and what gives Ovechkin his edge. (AJ Chavar/The Washington Post)

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