# Category: Slider

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## The Newton Spring Balance and Hooke’s Law

Welcome to my post on Hooke’s law and the Newton spring balance. I have released a video to bring this information to life and you may watch this at the bottom of the post. So what...

## Revision Notes for Newton’s First Law of Motion

I am pleased to have released the first of Professor Mac’s revision notes. These are available for Android, iOS, Kindle Fire devices and PC. The revision notes are in Kindle format,...

I’m still in the process of preparing the assets for my new video which will explain the concept of Gravity. Assets are computer models of objects which you would find in the real world...

## Gravity with a Space Shuttle

I’ve been busy over the summer months preparing the assets for my new video which will explain gravity. It will take some months yet to have it ready for release but I...

## What is Force?

My video explaining force is now available. In it I explain the concept of force and the effect forces have on objects through a series of high quality animated experiments. Force...

## When the bag fails

Oops this is what happens when a bag holding a lot of apples fails – they fall to the ground with a loud bang. In my new video explaining force I have...

## What happened to this wall?

Blender fractured it that’s what! I have been modelling the fracture of a wall for my video explaining the concept of force. For this particular video shot I wanted to demonstrate that...

## What to do with this wall?

I have just finished the animation of this wall. I’m using it in my video where I explain the concept of force. This is a new format of video I am...

## How much does an apple weigh?

I’m in the process of modelling some of the assets to be used in my new video. One of the assets is an apple and the picture shows the latest version of...

## Announcing new series of videos

I have just started working on a new series of videos. These videos will be between one and two minutes in length and quickly explain some basic concepts used in physics. As my...