Purchase VIDEO: http://hilaroad.com/video A toy gyroscope demonstrates the remarkable consequences of angular momentum.
4 years ago
Why does a gyroscope not turn in the direction you push it? Seeing the equations that tell me this is not satisfying to me. I have found a way to think about it that allows me to sleep at night. Vsauce made a much better video explaining it. Spinning https://youtu.be/XHGKIzCcVa0
10 months ago
In this video I muck around with some cool fidget spinners and super strong (but small) neodymium magnets! I show off the fidget spinners, and their variety of colours. You can use the magnets to build your own custom big fidget spinner. I've linked below some super strong magnets (even some big ones, be careful!) But now I've got a whole series of fidget spinners as this video was quite successful, so check them out :) They include some with lasers, LEDs and other great stuff. Buy the materials I used here: http://amzn.to/2AqzrMq (Affiliate links) Watch this space, because soon i'll be releasing a video about how to measure the speed of a fidget spinner! Music: http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-music/track/funky-suspense Contact me here: [email protected] ============= My setup: http://amzn.to/2AqzrMq ============= Want to chat on Facebook? Like my page: https://www.facebook.com/ibuynewstuff/ ...and if you're still here, hit that SUBSCRIBE button. Thanks for supporting my channel. You'll love what is coming up! If you liked this video, please consider donating some ETH: 0x0d1aA39C8B72566cc6fb2c1341473E598B3c842c Thanks for your support!
4 years ago
The Cubli is a 15 × 15 × 15 cm cube that can jump up and balance on its corner. Reaction wheels mounted on three faces of the cube rotate at high angular velocities and then brake suddenly, causing the Cubli to jump up. Once the Cubli has almost reached the corner stand up position, controlled motor torques are applied to make it balance on its corner. In addition to balancing, the motor torques can also be used to achieve a controlled fall such that the Cubli can be commanded to fall in any arbitrary direction. Combining these three abilities -- jumping up, balancing, and controlled falling -- the Cubli is able to 'walk'. Lead Researchers: Gajamohan Mohanarajah and Raffaello D'Andrea This work was done at the Institute for Dynamic Systems and Control, ETH Zurich, Switzerland and was funded in part by the Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), grant number 146717. For more details visit: http://www.idsc.ethz.ch/Research_DAndrea/Cubli Other links: http://robohub.org/swiss-robots-cubli-a-cube-that-can-jump-up-balance-and-walk-across-your-desk/ http://youtu.be/bMuCACqwI4s (Zurich.Minds talk on Cubli)
1 year ago
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6 years ago
NOTE: This video will appear in a playlist on Smarter Every Day hence the references to Veritasium. Destin does lots of cool science stuff - check out his channel if you haven't already http://www.youtube.com/destinws2 We have been collaborating on rotational motion, which is timely for some of the videos I've been doing lately. In this video I talk about gyroscopic precession - the "wobbling" of a spinning top around its axis. This is caused by the torque due to the object's weight. The big idea is that the torque vector increases angular momentum in the direction of torque. So if there is no angular momentum initially, it will cause the system to swing in such a direction that it is rotating with new angular momentum in the direction of the torque. However, if there was angular momentum to begin with, the torque will change the direction of that angular momentum by causing precession.
7 months ago
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8 years ago
I had a piece of 4 " bore hydraulic tubing from a old cylinder so I thought I would make a heavy duty version of the toy gyroscope I had as a kid. It was fun to build and I got to try some new techniques on both my mill and lathe. It is some what out of balance when it gets up to high RPM with the Dremel. Kind of fun to watch it's "gyrations"
5 years ago
http://www.incrediblescience.com Find us on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/IncredibleScienceToys Produced since 1917, the gyroscope has been a classic educational toy for generations. It continues to fascinate young and old alike with its mysterious force that seems to defy gravity. It can even dance on a tightrope or balance on the lip of a glass. Discover the secret and make your gyroscope do these and other astounding tricks. This is an excellent tool to teach gyroscopic inertia and teaches a physical principle of the conservation of angular momentum. Gyroscope technology is used in numerous applications of everyday life such as in bicycles, levitating tops, satellites and navigation systems of airplanes and space shuttles. Amaze your friends with this incredible and Original Tedco Gyroscope! Incredible Science Fun Learning Ideas: Teaches a physical principle of the conservation of angular momentum. Teach gyroscopic inertia Great for visual perception skills, strategic thinking and hand-eye coordination.
7 years ago
Magnetic Force, weight and Gyroscopic Effect in Balance
1 year ago
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4 months ago
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