Multimedia Links


Wagner's Physic's Animations

Flash Animations.  



The Physics Classroom - Multimedia Physics Studio by Sepe, L

This website has pictures that illustrates some of the topics we've talked about so far in physics. I think it helps us get a better understanding of physics and how it relates to things we see everyday.  



Science Joy Wagon by Pichardo, K

This website shows the concept of impulse in relation to acceleration and the change momentum. All these concepts illustrated it in cool animations!!!! It has specific facts about particular themes in physics. I love this website!!!! Oh no!!

Explore Science - MultiMedia Activities Perna A

This web site views interference patterns created by standing waves and shows why some seats in a concert hall are better than others. This site has some great pictures. Before viewing this site your going to have to download Shockwave Player. There are some great diagrams to help you better understand what you are trying to explore. One could learn about pendulums and lots more. Have a great time and enjoy.   



Multimedia Physics Studios Jabarri A

  This website is called the "Multimedia Physics Studios." A lot of us have a hard time understanding physics if we can't see examples. This website gives many great animations that show everyday situations and how physics affects it. This site is broken down into sections such as: momentum, collisions, Newton's laws, work and energy. You will see a brief explanation of the topic being covered, then you will see an animation reflecting the article that you just read. Using this website you should get a deeper understanding of that topic.  



Laser Cool by Badloo, S

The name of this site is Laser Cool. It is an entertaining game involving lasers and atoms. It's played like pool, but instead of balls you use atoms and instead of holes you have a detector. Have fun!!!!!!!  



Physics Applets by Pasqualina, S

This website is a collection of Java applets to be used for physics, astronomy, or environmental science. It also contains applets for making graphs and spreadsheets. The website was made to help the students of Oregon University but can be used by anyone.

Slinkies by Butala, A

This site contains pictures of things such as slinkies and has videos showing how they pertain to physics. A good example of a question answered would be "How does a slinky fall?"  



Nova Online by Alexander, J

This site talks about black holes. Black holes are regions of space with such strong gravitational force that nothing, such as light, can escape its force. They are believed to be the after-effect of a star collapsing on itself. The site also deals with other theories, the history, and the study of black holes.

The Barringer Meteorite Crater- How Do We Know? by Gallo, C

This website shows the physics of a meteorite which has hit the earth. It explains what a meteorite is and how it came to hit the earth. It shows valid information on the topic by using picture diagrams. These diagrams help us understand the formality of a meteor. Another great feature of this website is their hypothesis', which explains how this action occurred. It also has proof of the hypothesis, but instead of testing it, Barringer uses given evidence. I enjoyed this site because of its interesting information and how it was broken down to a high school students level of comprehension.