S'cool Tool: Slow Motion Science

Nov 14, 2012

Free! SLOW MOTION SCIENCE delivers as advertised: explosive methane bubbles, water rockets, Coke+Mentos bombs, and microwaved CDs-- all in super-slow motion. U.K.-based creator, Sam Hankin, went through the trouble of recording the phenomena at 400-3000 frames per second and compressing videos into web-friendly format for our viewing pleasure. Physics and chemistry teachers are sure to find great lecture supplements and topics for inquiry-based learning amongst the collection. 

S'cool Tool: Slow Motion Science

Nov 14, 2012

Free! SLOW MOTION SCIENCE delivers as advertised: explosive methane bubbles, water rockets, Coke+Mentos bombs, and microwaved CDs-- all in super-slow motion. U.K.-based creator, Sam Hankin, went through the trouble of recording the phenomena at 400-3000 frames per second and compressing videos into web-friendly format for our viewing pleasure. Physics and chemistry teachers are sure to find great lecture supplements and topics for inquiry-based learning amongst the collection. 

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