Science Video of the Week! Christmas Collider
Dec 25, 2013
Welcome to the tenth Science Video of the Week feature, and a very Merry Christmas to you! Each Wednesday I will post an interesting science video with some comments from either myself or the producer, and will conclude with some questions for discussion. I started this feature for the Women in Film and Video of Washington, DC email list, and I really want to hear your comments as well!
If you created a science video you would like to share, especially ones that had interesting challenges you’d like to discuss, send it to me and we can chat a little about how you approached the production!
Before you watch the video:
Learn how to make a particle collider out of holiday decorations… that also makes it snow! This doubles as a nice promotional video for Digital Science, a company that makes software for scientists.
Watch the video:
After you watch the video:
Well, this sure looked like a good way to have a little holiday fun while making thousands of people aware of their company who weren’t previously. Good job, Digital Science.
I’ll let you all take a break from discussing today. There wasn’t any “Don’t Try This At Home” warning on this video, so I say, go ahead, build your own particle collider and maybe we can bring some snow to the DC Metro area!