1. 5.2 test c2


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    • Shapist - iPad puzzle gameplay trailer


      from Ori Takemura / Added

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      Shapist is a sliding block puzzle where you can do much more than just slide. We made Shapist to show how a classical game concept can be embraced by physics, experimentation and new mechanics. Available for iPad: https://itunes.apple.com/app/shapist/id816551293 Play the demo version at : http://www.playshapist.com

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      • Simulación de Curva Braquistócrona


        from Ivan JPG / Added

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        Simulación de la curva braquistócrona en Python.

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        • C4D Dynamics Test


          from Todd Smith / Added

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          • Thriller Girl


            from Voi: ZINEX / Added

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            Japanese websites, translation issues with C4D plugins courtesy of Nitroman ^_^

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            • Why Physics?


              from Zhiming Darren TAN / Added

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              Still studying? Lucky you! Wondering what subjects to choose? Here's a pitch for physics... Music: Sweet and Clean by Podington Bear (http://podingtonbear.com/)

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              • LOL Diagrams Quantitative


                from Richard Hubbard / Added

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                Energy flow diagrams, how to use them to solve conservation of energy problems

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                • Small Physics Test


                  from Carl Rudy / Added

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                  just a quick render for a physics engine demonstration

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                  • Arm Actuation


                    from David Ecker / Added

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                    Brief (5s) video of my "exoskeleton" arm in action.

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                    • Heating effect of electric currents


                      from Horatiu Pop / Added

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                      This video consists of a few demonstrations covering the heating effect of electric currents. 1. An electric current is run through a thin metal wire. As the strength of the current increases, the wire gets warmer and warmer and it eventually starts glowing red-hot. When the current is decreased, the wire cools off. 2. The next demo shows how the resistance of a wire can be decreased by blowing air on it. An air blower is used to blow cool air on an electric heater. As the wire cools off, there is an increase in the electric current flowing through it (the settings on the power supply remains unchanged). 3. The next two demos show how a metal wire melts and breaks when the current through it is too high. This idea is used to make relatively cheap electric fuses which can protect more expensive devices from being damaged by excessively high currents.

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