Photo: As part of his senior thesis exhibition at Musashino Art University in Tokyo, student Yasutoki Kariya re-imagined the ubiquitous desktop gadget, Newton’s Cradle, using a lovely sequence of light bulbs. Entitled Asobi (which translates roughly as “playing“) the 11-bulb installation creates a visual interpretation of the popular toy named after Sir Isaac Newton that demonstrates his third law of motion regarding momentum: that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
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As part of his senior thesis exhibition at Musashino Art University in Tokyo, student Yasutoki Kariya re-imagined the ubiquitous desktop gadget, Newton’s Cradle, using a lovely sequence of light bulbs. Entitled Asobi (which translates roughly as “playing“) the 11-bulb installation creates a visual interpretation of the popular toy named after Sir Isaac Newton that demonstrates his third law of motion regarding momentum: that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
via : clck.ru/1Mlpb
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