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FQXi FORUM
December 13, 2019

CATEGORY: Show Me the Physics! Video Contest (2014) [back]
TOPIC: Having fun no matter what by Andrea Ivonne Garza [refresh]
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andrea ivonne garza de leon wrote on Aug. 26, 2014 @ 16:15 GMT
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Video URL

http://youtu.be/gpIbFgUs4QY



Video Description

There is so much to talk about in physics, In this case I test a few Science, Physics and Chemistry tricks of things I could do from things I found at home, In conclusion I found that there is more to learn from testing after reading a couple of books! and it's quite fun :)

Video Co-Creator(s)

Pamela Garza


Video Creator Bio

Filmmaker, Photographer, love astrophotography, I like to learn a little from a lot, I'm open to learn from anything and create to from what I've learn and share it with people.

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Adam Washington wrote on Aug. 27, 2014 @ 01:10 GMT
I absolutely loved this. The filming and music were perfect. It was so intriguing to watch that I watched it more than once. I gave you 5 stars, that's how much I liked it. The only minor thing was that at times it seemed a little more chemistry then physics. However it was great.

Please take a look at our video. "The Escape - Physics & Fairytales" It's been challenging getting people in the community to look at it, so I hope you will and rate it. Our aim, too is to stimulate interest in physics for a lay person in an entertaining and informative way. My team & I used an identifiable character in children's literature (Cinderella) who uses physics to plan her quick escape. By showing the functionality of physics (although for a fictional character), we felt this will help create an interest in others for the field of physics. I hope you like it.

Great job. I hope you do well in this contest too.

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Henri Vonn De Roule wrote on Aug. 29, 2014 @ 21:52 GMT
I enjoyed the video but the contest asked us to show the physics. You showed physical principals in operation, but there was not explanation on what was happening or how to recreate it. I wish that information was included. It would have made a great contest entry.

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Gino Knodel wrote on Sep. 1, 2014 @ 20:38 GMT
This is a great video, with a good mix of visual effects and physical explanations.

--Gino

PS: We would appreciate it if you could find the time to view and rate our short video, Quantum Harmonies of Gravity.

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Neil Sardesai wrote on Sep. 9, 2014 @ 01:17 GMT
I really loved the camera work here. Beautifully done.

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Kristen Hamilton wrote on Sep. 9, 2014 @ 01:42 GMT
This video has excellent cinematography, music, and editing. I love the feel and style you achieved. That said, there are a few problems I have with it. First, unless this is an alternate spelling I am unaware of, I do not think carbone dioxide is correct. Also, you showed images of crystals forming while talking about sublimation; I think this could be misleading for some. Perhaps your text editor didn't like the subscript in CO2. I've had that happen before; it's frustrating. I hope you don't take this the wrong way; again, I really love the way it looks, it's just that the text doesn't match. Good luck, regardless!

If you would like to watch and rate my video, "The Cool Physics of Refrigeration," that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

David Hamilton

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Nidahl Haddad wrote on Sep. 9, 2014 @ 04:57 GMT
Hi Andrea (+ Pamela)!

First I wanted to say thank you for the kind words and feedback on our video. It is very much appreciated. :)

Secondly, we really loved the aesthetic of your video. The lighting was great and the macro shots were gorgeous. We particularly liked the images of color being spread out by the addtion of soap (decreased surface tension). One of them looked like the iris of an eye

We also thought that it could have been a bit stronger if there were more emphasis on the physics, but over all was beautiful video.

Best of luck!

Madeleine and Nidahl

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Cristinel Stoica wrote on Sep. 9, 2014 @ 08:26 GMT
Hi Andrea and Pamela,

Very beautiful video, excellent production, and fun physics and chemistry!

I wish you good luck in the contest! And if you have time, I would appreciate if you will watch and rate my videos The puzzle of quantum reality and Can a black hole keep a secret?.

Best regards,

Cristi

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Sorana Dana Stoica wrote on Sep. 9, 2014 @ 08:31 GMT
Your video is very interesting, and I loved it!

My video is A universe in a cup of water, I hope you will like it too.

I wish you success!

Victor

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Ramona Leigh Taylor wrote on Sep. 10, 2014 @ 21:48 GMT
Andrea, great job! The camera work and music and experiments were so exciting to watch!!! What else could I do, but give you a five! I so appreciate the spirit of physics and experiments!!

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Member Marc Séguin wrote on Sep. 11, 2014 @ 00:55 GMT
Andrea,

Beautiful video, with great cinematography and wonderful synchronization between the music and the action... I am glad you reached the 10-vote threshold!

If you ever do an updated version of the video, I noticed two typos in the text: at 0:23, "carbone" does not take an "e" in English, and at 0:44, "CO" should have a "2" subscript.

Good luck in the contest!

Marc

P.S. I have submitted 3 videos in this contest (the trilogy "This Is Physics") and although part 1 has already reached the 10 votes threshold, parts 2 and 3 are still in need of votes (I think a few people watched all 3 but only rated the first part). If you could take a look at my videos and leave me feedback, it would be quite appreciated!

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Member Antony Garrett Lisi wrote on Sep. 11, 2014 @ 01:24 GMT
Nicely done. I especially liked the spreading colors -- what was going on there?

Here's my Higgs Geometry video if you can have a look.

http://fqxi.org/community/forum/topic/2154

It's tricky to present the mathematics of symmetry breaking and particle physics to a popular audience, so I do appreciate feedback on it.

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Raghottam Manoj Sattigeri wrote on Sep. 23, 2014 @ 13:08 GMT
Great job here...

Please go through my video also and rate it and give me your valuable suggestions... The topic of my video is - PHYSICS THE ODYSSEY...

Regards

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David Goehring wrote on Sep. 25, 2014 @ 13:49 GMT
Great work here-- I love this a lot.

Very professional, snappy, and informative. Super impressed! I hope you win.

If you'd like, please check out my video Tons of Fun (physics rap) . We still need 2 more votes! Thank you.

David G

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himantha akash akash wrote on Dec. 9, 2018 @ 16:21 GMT
Nice video. I love it so much. Your video quality is too high. Which camera did you use?

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