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Lead programmer at Psyonix Jared Cone discusses the rocket science behind Rocket League's physics. ...
When we see a technical video posted online, purporting to explain some scientific concept that has to do with photography, we typically brace ourselves. More often than not, they fall into two categories: (1) oversimplified, or (2) blatantly incorrect.That's why this Filmmaker IQ episode on the science of camera sensors is such a breath of fresh air: not only is it factually solid, it goes into
In the wake of renewed debate about violence and video games, Gamasutra contributor Katherine Cross dons her academic cap and examines what the sciences have to say on the subject. ...
joey ruiter revisits the snowmobile and creates a minimalist machine that pushes the boundaries of conventional vehicle design. The post jruiter’s snoped_two blurs the boundaries between transportation and science fiction appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
by turning the palazzo façade and courtyard into areas of scientific and artistic experimentation, ‘the florence experiment’ generates new understandings of the natural world.The post carsten höller and stefano mancuso blend slides + science at palazzo strozzi in florence appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Single Atom in an Ion Trap | Photo by David Nadlinger/University of Oxford/EPSRC/PAA photo of a single trapped atom has won the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council's (EPSRC) science photography contest. The image, which is titled "Single Atom in an Ion Trap," was taken by David Nadlinger of the University of Oxford. Showcased in the image is single positively-charged strontium atom
The top prize in an annual science photography competition run by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) in the UK has been taken out by a remarkable image of a single atom. The competition, in its fifth year, received over 100 entries that highlight the breadth and beauty in the worlds of science and engineering...Continue Reading Butterfly wings, micro-bubbles and pl
A remarkable photo of a single atom trapped by electric fields has just been awarded the top prize in a well-known science photography competition. The photo is titled “Single Atom in an Ion Trap” and was shot by David Nadlinger of the University of Oxford.The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) in the UK today announced the winning photos of its national scienc
On this day ten years ago, the European Space Agency's (ESA) Columbus Laboratory was launched into orbit, safely nestled in the mammoth cargo bay of the space shuttle Atlantis. In the decade that has followed its integration with the International Space Station (ISS), Columbus has become an invaluable asset to the agency, allowing astronauts to conduct research that benefits people living bot
The folks at WIRED have put together a great video for the science nerds among us—and I do have a feeling there are a few. The video, which is part of WIRED's Dot Physics series, explains the physics behind drone flight; in other words: how that new DJI Mavic Air and quadcopters like it are able to hover, move in three dimensions, and rotate all by changing the speed at which various propellers s


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