This is my page of show notes for Falconphysics Democast (iTunes Link). A series of videos I'm creating for the MI Learning section of iTunesU. These videos are of higher quality and show a greater attention to detail than the other videos I've created.
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How much bigger than me does a mirror need to be so that I can see my whole body?
What do we do?
Episode available at iTunesU - Falconphysics Democast Images in Plane Mirrors (iTunes Link)
Newton's First Law: What is it? What does it mean? What are its implications? What keeps objects "going"?
Episode available at iTunesU - Falconphysics Democast Inertia (iTunes Link)
In this session we investigate the motion of a "Throwing Up" problem. We focus on the motion of an object while it's in the air.
Key take away points:
Episode available at iTunesU - Falconphysics Democast Joe Jump (iTunes Link)
How fast would Superman leave the ground when he Leaps a Tall Building in a Single Bound? This one was inspired by James Kakalios' Physics of Super Heroes. I also used it as a way to illustrate how to solve kinematic problems without using the traditional kinematic equations.
Episode available at iTunesU - Falconphysics Democast Superman Jump (iTunes Link)
I was asked to show how I create my videos. Here's the first one. It deals with microphones. Audio is the most often neglected part of amateur video production, but really is one of the most important parts.
Episode available at iTunesU - Movie Production 1 - Microphones (iTunes Link)
Learn how to Build a cool Laser Light Show that can be used to show sound is about vibrations in matter.
Episode available at iTunesU - Lasarium (iTunes Link)
Episode available at iTunesU - Build a Sound (iTunes Link)
Episode available at iTunesU - Transverse Waves
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