Principle: Not only demonstrates a pendulum, but also shows the Laws of Conservation of Momentum and Energy.
Material: Balance Balls Desk Toy * 1, Stainless steel frame and balls, Nylon thread
Attention: Friction and damping effects are inevitable
Pioneering developments for several years, BOJIN has been focusing on the exquisite technologies and physics tools. This classic desktop toy provides you many benefits and entertainments, is suitable for various locations such as house or office, and is an intriguing device that not only demonstrates pendulum motion but also helps to show the laws of Conservation of Momentum and Energy. Whether you are studying physics knowledge, working on the complex analysis, or looking for a delicate gift, this Garget is definitely what you really want.
A Brief History
Newton's cradle, named after Sir Isaac Newton, is a device that demonstrates three main physics principles: conservation of energy, conservation of momentum and friction via a series of swinging spheres.
Most people think that Isaac Newton invented the apparatus commonly called a Newton's Cradle, but he didn't. English actor Simon Preble invented the device in 1967 and named it in honor of Newton. In 1968 the first portable version hit the market and quickly gained popularity around the world as a fun, educational physics demonstrator.