1. Physics: Drawing Ray Diagrams - Magnification of images


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    Investigating the factors which affect the magnification of a converging lens • Thickness of lens and what it is made of • Variation of magnification with distance graphically

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    • Physics Driven Animation - Space Bowling


      from anand Upadhyay / Added

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      The entire scene was created in Maya for my visual effects class at Full Sail University. The entire animation is driven by rigid bodies.

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      • Physics-driven form finding


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        • Physics 3Dsmax


          from Julien Perona / Added

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          Physic test in 3Dsmax software. MassFX RBody modifier used for this video See more on http://peronajulien.fr/

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          • Physics egg drop 2007-2008


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            My first physics class dropping eggs from the sky.

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            • Physics Electric Current - Scholarshive


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              An electric current is a flow of electric charge. In electric circuits this charge is frequently carried by moving electrons in a wire. To read more about electric current and other topics of physics get Connect to our online tutors. http://www.scholarshive.com/

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              • "Physics engine anatomy" by Kamil Trebunia


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                101 of physics simulation:learn basic math and physics equations and how to implement them in discrete fashion. In 30 minutes we will build an engine from the ground. After that you will have basic understanding of what's happening behind the scenes of engines like Box2D or Bullet. You might ask youself: “Why the trouble, Kamil? Can’t we just use Box2d and not care about how it actually works?” Well, humble askee, let me give you 3 reasons why you should care: 1. It’s frickin’ fun. 2. You will not need not instantiate a full blown physics simulator just to do a simple motion ever again. 3. When Box2D starts going rogue, you will be able to wrestle control over it back from now on. Show the engine who’s boss! And that's *precisely* why you want to listen to my talk

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                • Physics EP


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                  Animation for the release of The Physics EP

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                  • Physics ePortfolio--Inserting Charts and Artifact Reflections


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                    This video will explain how to insert the appropriate chart into each of the learning target pages of your ePortfolio. In addition, I explain how to add an artifact reflection post.

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                    • Physics Everywhere Project


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                      This is a Physics Project of us when we are in Third year High School. We are ask to make a film about Physics and it's Newton Law of Motion. P.S. Sorry for the wrong spelling of Explanation

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