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We are very pleased to announce that
Alex Christofferson, a student at
Tatnall school in Wilmington, Delaware
has earned first place in the
Physics of Osmos Contest!
His winning video is shown at left.
Alex completed his analysis as part of a class project (here is his lab report.)
Of the many excellent submissions, we also identified three finalists:
Thanks to everyone who participated in the contest!
Welcome to the Physics of Osmos Contest!
You are invited to explore the endless physics embedded within the beautiful game Osmos.
Create a one-minute video illustrating the physics concept that you discover in the game. The top entry will win a $500 gift card to Amazon.com. The top three runners up will also receive prizes.
To submit your entry, follow the instructions below.
Download and install the Osmos free demo. (Or purchase Osmos from the App Store.)
Experiment with your gameplay to illustrate physics concepts using Osmos as your virtual lab.
Review the official contest rules
Create a video illustrating a physics concept.
(If you want to record your screen, try Jing or ScreenChomp)
Upload your video to YouTube, Vimeo, or Screencast.com
Complete the submission form by 11:59 PM PST. January 2, 2012. (Deadline extended.)