Robin and Thomas meet John Hudson, a self confessed gimmick demo fan who also makes pdf interactives.
- Young Modulus Interactive (in TES resources)
- Thomas’s oscilloscope Screen Shot Simulator
- Millfield Physics on Twitter (John’s department page)
- An example of conservation of angular momentum from MIT
- The chain fountain explained in this Royal Society video
- Grand Illusions YouTube Channel and where to get Talking Tapes
Wall-to-wall gimmicky demos on this week’s podcast as we welcome John Hudson. Although we call them gimmicky, nothing could be farther from the truth: John introduces us to some great experiments and demos that are crammed full of physics to inspire and talk about.
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