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New Python ShowMeDos: Physics and 3D using VPython (parts 5-9 of 9 videos)

Here are the remaining 2.5 hours worth of excellent 3D physics introductions in Python by Erik Thompson completing the 9-part set. The videos use 3D graphics to make it really easy to follow exactly what’s happening.

Learn now about friction, forces, tension, gravity and springs. Full source-code is in the wiki.

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