Acrylic Physics Stand

Acrylic Physics Stand

@beijaflorart just tagged us (see the acrylic stand?) in her finished physics demo, and it is one of the coolest things we’ve ever seen. Go check out the video she has on her Instagram page to see the whole thing in action.

From Beija, “Dropping a ball from the top of the plane strikes five bells along the ramp. The bells ring in equal time intervals while the distance between the bells increases in a quadratic pattern. This is based on Galileo’s theory of falling bodies and the relationship between distance, acceleration and time (x=1/2 at^2). Finally finished this inclined plane physics demo for @lewisandclarkcollege Physics department after nearly nine months of work. If you’re around Olin, check her out! Thank you @tapplastics for helping out with the acrylic stand.”