Date: Wed, 05 Oct 2005 14:52:48 -0400

Author: "George Collison"

Subject: Re: Einstein in dominoes: artsy version

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tap-l@listproc.appstate.edu on Wednesday, October 5, 2005 at 10:25 AM
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>Chele,
>Can these be moved around or should they be printed on paper & cut out??

If you want to "move them around", make a copy on acetate and use the
overhead to demo how to do it.

The advantage of the paper version is two fold: weight and storage + a
third ($).
I had sent a previous version with 3 JPEG images for use in a copy machine.

With the JPEG's you can go in and change the color of the domino and
experiment with
human perception of the pattern over different colors. The pattern and
the colored
versions are very useful for middle school physics demonstrations.

George

>
>Mary Winn
>
>2623 Watrous Ave.
>Tampa, FL 33629
>813-254-3852
>winnmmw@aol.com



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I had sent a previous version with 3 JPEG images for use in a copy machine.=




With the JPEG's you can go in and change the color of the domino and experi=
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human perception of the pattern over different colors.   The patt=
ern and the colored

versions are very useful for middle school physics demonstrations.



George



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