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Arbor Scientific Launches Slow Motion Physics Video Contest

Posted on December8,2016 by Arbor Scientific, authored by Andrea Kelly There have been 1 comment(s)

Slow motion video capability is an exciting new feature in the latest smartphones and it hasn't taken long for cool new slow-motion videos to surface, especially in science.

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Arbor Scientific has been the leader in finding cool science tools for the past 30 years that make understanding scientific principles easy, fun and exciting for today's students. "We started this contest as way to enable science lovers like us to easily share our smartphone slow-mo videos that can remarkably demonstrate the physics of so many complex principles. Ideally we want #SlowMoPhysics to become a new free resource available to science teachers to help teach physics in a cool way" says Andrea Kelly, Marketing Manager of Arbor Scientific.

This new slow-motion competition seeks videos from teachers, students and all people who capture demonstrations of "physics" in the world! The contest will accept submissions from December 6, 2016 to January 31, 2017. Also, the public can vote on the submissions at the contest video gallery page found on https://slowmophysics.hscampaigns.com.

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The winner(s) will be selected by Arbor Scientific based on originality, popularity and educational value by March 1, 2017 and will receive a $100 gift certificate from Arbor Scientific and the chance to be profiled via Arbor Scientific's blog and their CoolStuff e-Newsletter mailed to over 20,000 educators.

There also is a specific Teacher Challenge!

Arbor Scientific is encouraging teachers to have their classrooms participate, and get a surprise classroom prize.  See the #SlowMoPhysics Video Contest page for further details.

This post was posted in Uncategorized, CoolStuff Newsletters, The Teacher's Blog, Press Releases and was tagged with slowmophysics, video contest


1 Response to Arbor Scientific Launches Slow Motion Physics Video Contest

  • Great contest, thanks Arbor Scientific.

    If anyone would like to share a lab using high-speed video, I'm running a workshop at the Summer 2017 meeting of the AAPT. I need a few more leaders. Please contact me if you are interested.

    Paul Nord
    Valparasio University

    Posted on December14,2016 at 4:42pm

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