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Java Applets on Physics

Java Applets on Physics

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The Mechanical Universe The Mechanical Universe... And Beyond, is a 52-part telecourse filmed at the California Institute of Technology, and produced by Caltech and INTELECOM Intelligent Telecommunications (a non-profit consortium of California community colleges). The series introduces university level physics, covering topics from Copernicus to quantum mechanics. Produced starting in 1985, the videos make heavy use of historical dramatizations and visual aids to explain physics concepts. The Mechanical Universe lectures are actual freshman physics lectures from Physics 1a and 1b courses at the California Institute of Technology. The series can be purchased, or viewed by streaming (after a relatively simple and free registration) from the Annenberg website, or can be viewed on other video streaming sites such as YouTube and Google Video. List of episodes[edit] The Mechanical Universe[edit] The Mechanical Universe ...and Beyond[edit] 28. 30. 31. 32. 35. 37. 38. 39. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52.

Quaqua Look and Feel The Quaqua Look and Feel (Quaqua) is a user interface library for Java applications which wish to closely adhere to the Apple Human Interface Guidelines for Mac OS X. Sun's Metalworks Demo running with the Quaqua Look and Feel Quaqua is not a fully self-contained look and feel. It runs on top of Apple's Aqua Look and Feel, and provides fixes and enhancements for it. Features (Nearly) Native User Experience Quaqua user interface delegates closely look and behave like their native counterparts. License terms The code of the Quaqua Look and Feel is copyright by Werner Randelshofer. With exception of the Aqua artwork in the code (images and other graphical elements which reproduce Aqua), the code of Quaqua can be licensed under the terms of the LGPL and/or the Modified BSD license. Quaqua is free for commercial and non-commercial use. Editions The Quaqua Look and Feel is available in two editions. A full fledged edition providing as much user interface elements by Quaqua as possible.

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