Yep. 9 resonance demos. Quite fun to put together this was.
Demonstrations and animations to help understand The Doppler Effect!
Considering I now have more than 80 animated GIFs about physics, I decided they should not all be hosted on one page. They are now organized by topic, duh! Here’s an example.
When ideal physics meets reality. “How Is This Standing Wave Possible?”
If I can do a video better, I tend to lean towards redoing the video. To that end, here is a replacement Standing Waves Introduction video. Dan Russell suggested I could redo the “free end” demonstration. He was right. This is much better. Thanks Dan!
This will help you understand longitudinal standing waves.
Honestly, this week's video was quite fun to make.
I am very proud of my Standing Wave Pattern demonstrations and animations.
Yep, I make physics videos in the hope that you can learn physics. If you are a physics teacher, I am very hopeful that you will want to use them to help flip your physics class.