Curved spacetime simulation

By Murray Bourne, 30 Jan 2008 has some mind-blowing animations on gravitation as curved spacetime and relativity: movement, time dilation and length compression.

curved space time

There's also a charged ball simulation where you can create balls and observe their behavior under the influence of magnetic fields.

It's worth a look, especially if you are struggling with physics concepts.

See the 2 Comments below.

2 Comments on “Curved spacetime simulation”

  1. curved_spacetime says:

    Here is more General Relativity visualization, based on the same idea as the adamtoons applet:

  2. Murray says:

    @curved_spacetime: Interesting video. Thanks!

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