Galileo Drops the Ball - Virtual Experiment In around 1590 Galileo Galilei (1564-1642) climbed up the Leaning Tower of Pisa and dropped some balls to the ground. Two balls of different masses, but of similar shape and density that were released together hit the ground at the same time. Until then it was commonly believed that heavy things fall faster than light things. Many people still believe this, and casual observation of everyday phenomena often does tend to confirm this view. If you drop a brick and a feather at the same time the brick will probably hit the ground first. Motion: Introduction Motion is one of the key topics in physics. Everything in the universe moves. It might only be a small amount of movement and very very slow, but movement does happen. Don't forget that even if you appear to be standing still, the Earth is moving around the Sun, and the Sun is moving around our galaxy. The movement never stops. Motion is one part of what physicists call mechanics.
Evolution of the Universe - GigaPan Time Machine Jump to: From GigaPan Time Machine Direct Cosmological Simulations of the Growth of Black Holes and Galaxies This timelapse shows the distribution of matter in a simulated universe on large scales. Introduction to Embedded Programming - Home Posted by Michael Silva on Aug 20 2013 under Tutorials | Microcontroller Welcome to this Introduction to Microcontroller Programming tutorial series. If you are looking to learn the basics of embedded programming for microcontrollers (and a bit of embedded hardware design as well), I hope these tutorials will help you along that journey. Acceleration - Physics for Kids! Acceleration is a way to measure how fast something is speeding up. Suppose you are riding your bike. You start out going very slowly, hardly pedaling at all. Now you begin to pedal as hard as you can, to speed up - you are accelerating.
HyperPhysics Concepts About HyperPhysics Rationale for Development HyperPhysics is an exploration environment for concepts in physics which employs concept maps and other linking strategies to facilitate smooth navigation. Design Your Career In Very Large Scale VLSI technology will be propelled by wireless and multimedia communications for the next ten years, which will give the indian VLSI/ASIC designing industry a fillip. So secure your job, position and moolah in this sector Are you a student of electronics engineering? If so, perhaps you have been exposed to the preliminary levels of integrated circuits (ICs) involving small-scale integration (SSI) circuits like logic gates or medium-scale integration (MSI) circuits like multiplexers and parity encoders. There is, however, a much bigger world out there involving miniaturisation at levels so great that even a micrometre or a microsecond is consid ered a huge measure! This is the world of VLSI—very large-scale integration.
Math, Physics, and Engineering Applets Oscillations and Waves Acoustics Signal Processing Electricity and Magnetism: Statics The Future of Wireless Charging and Long-lasting Batteries The Future of Wireless Charging and Long-lasting Batteries Although both solar/kinetic power and wireless charging fall under the ‘portable power’ umbrella, the two should not be conflated. Solar, kinetic and other non-battery topics fall under the umbrella commonly referred to as alternative (i.e., non-electrochemical battery) portable power. Under this umbrella, we have solar, kinetic, fuel cells, RF power harvesting and others. Stu Lipoff, IEEE fellow, discusses with Sustainabilityzero, India, the future of wireless charging and long-lasting batteries Stu Lipoff
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Science Xplained Science Xplained is a collection of video podcasts that tell the stories of the science behind everyday topics. Dr. Ainissa G. Ramirez, self-proclaimed science evangelist and associate professor of mechanical engineering and materials science at Yale University, is the dynamic host of the series. Filter Resources by Grade: Play Scary Maze Game Play the original scary maze game for free. Can you beat level 4 and finish the game? Good Luck!