|Program kezdete:||2019-09-02 08:00|
|Program vége:||2019-12-31 20:00|
|Helyszín:||Agóra Látványlaboratóium (II. emelet)|
All over the world, thousands of physicists, teachers and education professionals are working on revitalising Natural Sciences to make "dry" knowledge easier to digest.
In our digital age, one of the biggest challenges is to attract the attention of young people.
This is the exact purpose that the Complex Sequential Physical Experiments Program serves.
In this program, we build on different disciplines of Physics to show phenomena that would be impossible to show individually.
In the photo, the sighting and discovery of an Exo-planet can be seen.
Equipment: 650 sq m, 1000 mW Laser. Using Bernoulli's principle and with the help of a floating light ball and a specially treated glass slide, we can reproduce 3D visualisation. The exploration of the Exo-planet can be shown by alternating the periodicity of the light intensity.
Judit G., Z Szanthof 2019. 09. 21. St. Georg Agora, Szeged