Video Games as Virtual Physics Labs
Andrew Vanden Heuvel, Physics part time instructor
Tuesday, February 7, 3:45pm, Science Building 176
The physics department will be engaging in a group problem solving activity using the popular video game, Osmos. Working in teams, faculty and students will use screen capture video from the game to determine whether momentum is conserved in the Osmos world.
Come. Play Video Games. Solve Problems.
And see the hidden physics that makes games work.