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How To: Experiment the law of inertia

Newtons proposed the concept of inertia. According to him an object at rest tends to stay at test and an object in motion tends to continue in motions unless acted up on by an external force. This is the principle of inertia. The tendency of the body to continue to stay as it was is called its inertia. You can demonstrate this principle with a simple experiment. As shown in the video when the hoop is pulled out the pen cap falls in to the bottle. Here the hoop is acted upon but the cap is not...

How To: Create an spaceship with afterburner effect in 3DS MAX

Making a spaceship use its afterburner and escape from the Earth's gravitational pull is tough. Modeling and animating a 3D simulation of the same thing is also hard, although quite as much so. This video series will teach you how to create a 3D model of a flying rocket with an afterburner effect using 3D Studio MAX. At the end you will have a cool little video clip and vastly improved modeling skills.

How To: Experiment with circular motion

This video shows various experiments with circular motion. In Dr. Carlson's Science theater he uses water, a lit candle, and a piece of paper to show the ways that circular motion causes gravitational pull. The water in a glass doesn't spill as it is spun around 360 degrees in a circle, even upside down. The flame on the candle was pulled toward the center when spun around. The piece of paper becomes a paper saw and was able to cut wood when spun. He not only demonstrates centrifugal force wi...

How To: Force cards when performing card tricks

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to force cards. Card forcing is when it looks like the users has a free selection of cards, but in reality the magician has predetermined a card to be selected. The force taught in this video is the cross cut force. Take the desired card on top of the deck and place it face down on top. When you shuffle the deck, make sure that the desired card always remains on the top of the deck. This video will benefit those viewers who are interested in magic, an...

How To: Do an easy card force trick

For the budding magician, the card force is one of the most important techniques, forming the basis for many, many wonderful card tricks. In this tutorial youtube staple The Card Trick Master teaches us to perform an easy behind-the-back card force magic trick that is sure to wow your audiences.

How To: Clean a pair of white Nike Air Force Ones

Those genuine Nike Air Force Ones might look stylish in white, but once they get dirty, they start looking less than fresh. Fear not, there is a way to keep them looking brand new. You will need bottled water, a bleach pen, and a toothbrush. Watch this video housekeeping tutorial and learn how to clean a pair of white Nike Air Force Ones.

How To: Do the slip card force

Dave J. Castle teaches you how to do the slip force card trick. Using this trick you can force a card at the top of the deck into someone's hand. No matter where they pick from the deck you will always know their card.

How To: Hacked Portal Gun Prop Actually Levitates a Companion Cube!

Portal, the popular game from Valve, has been critically acclaimed since its release in 2007. Its unique gameplay and humorous storyline is the reason for its popularity amongst nerds everywhere. This has also spawned a large community in cosplay and prop design. The most popular aspect of the game has to be the awesome portal gun. The gun creates companion portals on almost any surface that allow the player to jump form place to place with ease and also allows you to move heavy objects with ...

How To: Quickly force quit in Mac OS X

If something happens to a program you are working with on your Mac computer, and you have no choice, you will need to access 'force quit'. This is very easy to do, and luckily on a Mac you probably won't use it very often. There are several ways to do this and this video takes you through all of them. If you can, try and save your information before doing a force quit, because you may not be able to recover changes once the app closes.

How To: Force restore an iPhone or iPod Touch

In this video you will learn how to force restore your iPod Touch or iPhone. If your force restart does not work, follow these steps to restore your iPod Touch: Press the button at the top and the button at the front at the same time, as if you are going to force restart. Hold both buttons in until your device shuts off. When the Apple logo appears, let go of the top button. Now plug it into iTunes and click the restore button. Your device is now clean.

How To: Create and edit Force Fields in Blender 2.49b or 2.5

This tutorial presents a number of quick tips on using force fields within Blender 2.49b or 2.5. Whether you're new to the Blender Foundation's popular 3D modeling program or a seasoned graphic artist just interested in better acquainting yourself with the application, you're sure to be well served by this free video tutorial. For more information, including detailed instructions, take a look.

How To: Sculpt fabric in 3D using Zbrush

Fabric is challenging to depict in art because of its many folds and the complex ways that light plays off of it. This video from accredited 3D art instructor Andrew Klein will teach you how to sculpt fabric using the popular 3D sculpting program Zbrush. He outlines the forces that can be applied to fabric and how to model those forces digitally in your art.

How To: Calculate weight if given the mass

The video shows how to calculate weight if the mass is given and vice versa.Later on in this unit you will learn about Newton's laws of motion and Newton's second law of motion gives us a way to change mass into weight and vice versa.This law will tell you what is happening to objects when the net force on the object is not equal to zero and the easy way to say what will happen is that the object will accelerate.But how much the object accelerates depends on two things,firstly the mass of the...

How To: How to drop kick an ewok in Force Unleashed 2

Oh, you know you've always wanted to, and with this handy little guide, you CAN finally drop kick an Ewok. You'll need to download the Endor downloadable content for the Force Unleashed 2. After you do that, follow the guide for your kicking delight. We can only hope they soon let us kick Jar-Jar.

How To: Conjure aces with the "slip force" card trick

Aspiring card shark? Sink your teeth into this simple illusion. In this free video magic lesson from YouTube user experthowto, you'll learn how to perform the "slip force" card trick to force aces or any other card from a standard deck of playing cards. For more information, including a step-by-step breakdown of the trick, watch this prestidigitator's guide.

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