Welcome to the Science Animations website.
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These Flash animations will help you to understand many maths and physical science concepts much better.
They will help to develop young minds.
Apps for Android devices
Visual Maths and Science VMS
At Amazon.com search for "Visual Maths and Science gears")
or in the place of gears, type : force, stress, crystal structures, engine, gravitation, projection, pneumatics, thermodynamics, waves, velocity, momentum, basic electric or energy and search for the app.
Apps for the iPhone and iPad, developed by the author of this website, are available. Click on the icons below to download from the App Store.
Fractions for iPad/iPhone Forces, vectors Stress, pressure
Engine for iPad / iPhone Engine lite - free Velocity
Gears for iPad / iPhone Gears lite - free Cubic Crystal structures
Pneumatics for iPad / iPhone Pneumatics lite - free Thermodynamics
Electric circuit iPhone / iPad Electric circuit lite
Gravitation for iPhone / iPad
Waves for iPhone / iPad
Moment, torque for iPhone / iPad
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Flash animations are powerful educational media; they make understanding of dynamic and 3D stuff much easier.
They don't replace handbooks - they support handbooks because they can do things that handbooks can't do.
They are: (1) interactive: you get immediate feedback.(2) can show objects in 3D by rotating them on the screen.(3) are dynamic; you see things happening right in front of you. (4) make use of virtual objects with which you can do experiments and teachers and parents can do demonstrations. There is no age restriction - the younger, the better.